St. Lawrence Hotel

Address: Bath Road, Worcester, Worcestershire, England, WR5 2JE, United Kingdom | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Bath Road, Worcester, is near Worcester Cathedral, Royal Worcester Porcelain Factory, Royal Worcester Visitor Centre, and Commandery Civil War Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Worcester

    The Cotswolds in a Morgan

    A travel blog entry by 2dogs on Oct 14, 2015

    19 photos

    ... I would have been compatible. Anyway, we drove back through Upton-upon-Severn and Bishops Cleve and into the lovely Cotswolds on a bright sunny day. Manual steering and partly mechanical brakes kept me on my toes at first but the wooden frame was wonderfully flexible and I was able to throw the car around nicely. Our car had a MX-5 gearbox and a Ford 2lt motor and performed very well. The tight twisting roads through the Cotswolds were ...

    Farewell to England. and lets bring on Spain!

    A travel blog entry by parkdel on Oct 09, 2015

    7 photos

    Our stay in the United Kingdom this time is only about five days. We had travelled fairly extensively throughout the British Isles on our last trip and we always had planned to head South. The few days here were really only for getting over jet lag and for playing golf. Having done that, we hit the road to head to Birmingham and our flights to Spain.

    Along the way we stopped at a charming English town ...

    Castles and Tea

    A travel blog entry by withersfamily on Oct 05, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... and the tour through the great hall explaining the suits of armour, swords etc have both Tomi and Neo mesmerised. Headed outside in time for the archery show which was fantastic. The history of the English longbow, which actually came from Wales, was interesting and the actual archery was impressive. The wandering carries on with some very cool photo opportunities, the weather has cleared up and as we head to the bottom of the castle grounds ...

    Tombs of a King and Prince

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Mar 21, 2015

    16 photos

    ... store and was condemned after World War 2 It was however spared by a brother and sister Matley and Elsie Moore who restored the house to its former glory and filled it with numerous antiques and bric-a-brac they collected over the years. Matley and Elsie were both single and had no family to leave the house to, so they left it to an organisation called the National Trust. The National Trust seems to have a lot of homes ...

    Pershore to Worcester

    A travel blog entry by jamesandhazel on Aug 04, 2013

    20 photos

    ... the fender. We had used some thinner shackles to connect the chains, as they fitted better in the plastic tubing sheaths. They had given way and stretched out. We used some stronger shackles that we had, but we had to split open the plastic sheath with a Stanley knife to get the tubes over the chains to prevent the chains scratching the paintwork. It took a lot of heaving and shoving, and some rope engineering, as the fender was very heavy.

    2 locks, 10 miles, ...