Rowan Lodge Hotel

41 Gloucester Road North, Bristol, England, BS7 0SN, United Kingdom | Hotel
 

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Afternoon Tea for Two

A travel blog entry by jsafnuk

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Today we left the home of the Beatles behind and traveled onto Cardiff. We made our first successful train transfer and made it here with no difficulties. Once in the city we checked in and began exploring. We decided to go for a traditional English afternoon tea at Pettigrew Tea Rooms. It was delicious! We had a choice of three sandwiches, tea, and a slice of ...

Gun-running at Gatwick

A travel blog entry by 5howarths

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... us brekkie and wave us off. Aunty Weezy took us to Gatwick where all went well until the nice security lady unzipped Lenny's bag to find his unauthorised nerf gun. Supervisor...long wait...being stared at by passersby...

So we are about to board!

More later.
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Burton to Bath

A travel blog entry by kay27

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... and then lived in Bath, writing 6 novels - bath was bombed on 2 nights in 1942 - there was a corset factory in Bath; corsets were worn by men and women - Nelson came to Bath with yellow fever; left cured - origin of men opening doors for ladies...the ladies skirts were so full and voluminous, they physically could not reach out to open a door - Nicholas Cage, Captain Arthur Phillip and the author of ...

Cambridge to Castle Combe, via "the other place"

A travel blog entry by kay27

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Car park cost £51.40 On the M11...A10...A505 (Royston, Baldock)...A1...Hatfield Tunnel...M25 Stopped at the Oxford "Services" -(Starbucks, Burger King etc); we shared a BLT sandwich, mum had coffee and I had an iced frappé = $20 - nothing like having a "captive" audience! There are mobile food and drink vans at road sidings that are on the side of the road ...

Day Trip to Bath

A travel blog entry by dejadoo

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... leave the group for the morning and explore Georgian period Bath, which naturally included the Jane Austen associated features. We photographed for your pleasure The Royal Crescent (1767-1775) and The Circus (1754-1769) both classic Georgian streetscapes. Many of the terrace houses in The Circus have plaques indicating the names of famous former residents such as Prime Minister Pitt, Clive of India, General Wolfe (of Quebec fame), Livingston the explorer and Gainsborough the ...

Location

This hotel, located on 41 Gloucester Road North, Bristol, is near Blaise Castle House Museum, Clevedon Court, Portishead Lake Grounds, and St Werburghs City Farm.
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