The Castle Hotel

Address: New Park Street, Devizes, Wiltshire, England, SN10 1DS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on New Park Street, Devizes.
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Travel Blogs from Devizes

Christmas Day

A travel blog entry by euroyear on Jan 03, 2015

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... amp; Derek arrived and stayed for a couple of hours.

We played games in the evening this finished the day off nicely. The family left about 9.30ish we went to bed, Tracey joined us and we all had good old natter it was absolutely a good way to finish what was already one of the best Christmases we have had. ...

2015 is here

A travel blog entry by hillston on Jan 02, 2015

... like a long time, it will inevitably fly by. Joel and I (as you have probably gathered!) both caught the travel bug a few years ago, and haven't quit managed to shift it yet....but this time we wanted to take on a new challenge and offer our skills out where they will be truly appreciated. Work as paramedics in the UK obviously offers us new challenges every day, however for both of us, we are ready for something different and new that we can work for, and do ...

London to Bath

A travel blog entry by on Jan 01, 2015

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... for one of the shows that Tristan watched Primeval. He took about 100 photos of the exterior which he will use to refine his Google Sketchup drawings back at home. Back on the road and past Stonehenge (viewable from the road) and round to the carprak to discover that it was closed early due to the Public holiday. The attendant kindly told us a nearby villiage we could park at a walk close to Stonehenge from the opposite direction from the 'official' pathways. But it ...

Born Again

A travel blog entry by brendasjoy on Nov 07, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... br> I was still afraid of pushing. So I asked my midwife to allow me to take my
time with it. She did, but I exhausted myself in deliberately inefficient
positions. Finally she pulled me forward to engage the advantage of gravity. As
it was, I bled more than necessary because I had weakened so, and had to be
transported for a precautionary check. Both my daughter and I were fine. But my
fear ...

Day37 Feeling Walk Hardened & Softened all at once

A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Sep 09, 2014

12 photos

... did not last long with the arrival of the Great Western Railway in 1840 heralding the decline in canal usage. In 1877 the canal recorded a deficit and never subsequently made any profit."

We have our first rest after 2 hours, sitting aside the canal by a swing bridge for 15 minutes and then walk on until 2 pm where we stop at the Caen Locks. There are 16 locks successively placed, again more evidence of the large engineering feats which were taken ...