Seaham Hall Hotel and Serenity Spa
Travel Blogs from Seaham
... week so far in 2014, and while the temperature is only about 12 degrees it feels much nicer out in the sunshine. Unfortunately, as this is one of the busiest times of the year to be a student, few of us will truly get to enjoy the sunshine.
The past two weeks have been filled with essays, readings, and seminars. I also got to go to a few really interesting presentations, which are certainly noteworthy. The first was last week and was the second ...
... friends and give dad a taste of Grey College fine dinning. After dinner we all played pool, board games and then watched Ghost Busters in the MCR. Dad also got to try a classic Grey College Mars Bar toasty (grilled sandwich).
On Wednesday, dad and I took a tour of the Durham Castle. It was fun to share Durham University's greatest treasure with my dad, and the tour was quite informative. For example we learned about the Cafeteria chef who stood up to a Prince ...
... how life can change in the blink of an eye, and emphasises even further that you never know what's around the corner, and why it's so important to make the most out of the very short & unpredictable time we have. Albeit Macey was 'just a dog', but regardless of how she existed on this planet she certainly brought a lot of happy memories, and was a key part to many peoples lives. I will certainly miss her. On another less traumatic note I'm quite undecided as to when I ...
... time in 2012. It traveled to Halifax, Nova Scotia, arriving October 3, 2012 and was shipped to Liverpool docks and then to Shildon via York to receive some cosmetic restorations.
The Dominion of Canada is now owned by Exporail, the Canadian Railway Museum, St. Constant Delson near Montreal, Quebec, arriving in April 1967. It traveled there on the Pacific Steamship lines. This locomotive was built in 1937, ...
... The story of our species is one of fire and blood.
But that is not the whole story. Diplomacy and negotiation also have a long history, and for as long as there have been soldiers there have also been emissaries and negotiators. It is into this role that I stepped last weekend, completing a three-day intensive module on the topic.
As I have mentioned previously my course involves the completion of three, intensive three day modules throughout the year. Last term ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet