Ravensworth Arms

Address: Lamesley, Gateshead, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, England, NE11 0ER, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Lamesley, Gateshead, Gateshead, is near The Angel of the North, Gateshead Millennium Bridge, Kielder Observatory, and The MetroCentre.
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    Final Preparations.

    A travel blog entry by foodsmith on Jul 09, 2015

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    With only a week to go I thought I'd try out our first blog entry! Just a boring entry about preparation. Anyway to ensure we can be self sufficient for at least 48 hours, as in the fridge, lights and water pump keep running without electric hookup. I replaced our faulty 105ah leisure battery with a larger 125ah one. After all no one should have warm beer on holiday.
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    Hexham and more wall

    A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Jul 04, 2015

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    ... the best we have seen, with slit windows and underfloor air ducts to help keep the grain fresh. Chesters fort is right on the wall and is unusual for being actually split by the wall with half of the fort on each side. It also was placed to protect where the wall crossed the north Tyne river on a bridge. On the way back lynette's car went over 100,000 ...

    Hadrian's wall

    A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Jul 03, 2015

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    On to two Roman forts, vindolanda, just off Hadrian's wall, and housesteads, actually on the wall. Vindolanda is a wonderful site of a classic Roman fort with an adjoining civilian settlement. There is also an exceptionally good museum. Excavations continue at two locations at the site, one in the fort and one in the village. Just a few miles away and up on the wall itself is housesteads, another classical Roman fort, ie the same layout as vindolanda, built as one of the main wall ...

    Durham

    A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Jun 30, 2015

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    ... the stone ceiling ribs, from which the gothic pointed arches developed. It's a huge building, and very, very solid; the central pillars have a 6.6 metre circumference. For me, it doesn't have the soaring elegance of the thinner pillared later buildings, it seems very heavyweight, even brutal. It is the resting place for the remains of St. Cuthbert, one of the founders of English Christianity, and also the Venerable Bede, a monk who wrote the first history of England in about 700 ...

    Newcastle to whitby

    A travel blog entry by jowinfield on Jun 26, 2015

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    ... it from our room. Quite a pleasant walk, gradient not too steep. Cost to get in, so we didn't. Built 657ad, destroyed 1547 byHenry VII so been a ruin a very long time. There was another church below the abbey, obviously old but has had skylight type windows added, looked most out of character and spoiled the look of the church totally. Didn't go in. Headed back down the hill and went for a walk out to the end of the pier. then returned to the town and got some fish ...