Premier Inn Hull City Centre

99 Citadel Way, Kingston-upon-Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, HU91TQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kingston-upon-Hull

Into the Workhouse

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie

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... for orphaned children as they were taught to read and write. There were many rules to live by and if you disobeyed them, there were many punishments that included only being given bread and water to eat. The buildings remained in use until the 1990s, in the 50s, 60s and 70s it was home to families who needed emergency housing. I certainly would have hated to live ...

Mr Straw's House, Clumber Park and cub scouts

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie

32

... villagers. The brothers weren't reclusive, but today they would be recognised as hoarders (they kept every newspaper they ever received) and definitely eccentric. After Mr Straw's House we visited the grounds and walled kitchen garden of Clumber Park. Clumber Park used to be a country estate belonging to the Dukes of Newcastle. The house itself is no longer there, but you can visit the parkland and gardens and eat at the cafe ...

Goodbye North Yorkshire :(

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie

18

Today saw us spend our last morning with Debs. She took us to the very beautiful Dalby forest, where we had a bit of an explore, then off to Scarborough to visit Peasholm Park and the grey squirrels. Em had fun trying to get them to come to her, who would have thought that apple is no substitute for peanuts in the eyes (and taste buds) of a squirrel. After an ice-cream, it was time for a quick lunch, a sad goodbye, then the drive back ...

Gainsborough Old Hall

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie

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It was quite rainy this morning, so Em made a start on her schoolwork. In the afternoon we visited Gainsborough Old Hall. First built by Sir Thomas Burgh in 1460, it is one of the best preserved Medieval manor houses in Britain. Henry VIII and his fifth wife Catherine Howard visited there in 1541 - with 1000 of their closest friends and servants. It is a Tudor style building and because it is so old, the walls are starting to bow outwards. ...

Doctor Who meets Robin Hood

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie

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Woke up to blue skies in sunny Cardiff this morning. Off we went to the Doctor Who Experience - Emma loved it! She got overwhelmed a bit in the first part, where you go on an adventure that has lots of smoke and special effects, but she enjoyed helping to fly the TARDIS and looking at all of the real costumes and props from the show. It was smaller than we expected but really worth ...

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This hotel, located on 99 Citadel Way, Kingston-upon-Hull, is near The Deep, Wilberforce House Museum, Fort Paull, and Dinostar - Hull's Dinosaur Experience.
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