The Clarendon Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... myself asking a millions questions...I only asked a few thousand instead! We stopped for some chips and Greg got what can only be described as the largest, large cone of chips I've ever seen. After our bite to eat we continued our stroll along the beach and back to the hostel. After a cup of tea Greg checked into his hostel and we headed back out. Again with no plan of where we were going we came across a small park near the library called Civic Park on the ...
... like an absolutely luxury. They seem insignificant and simple to other people but to me they were absolute bliss. I snuggled in bed, enjoyed my own company with my book and had an early night, feeling warm and content. After the freezing nights spent in a corrugated iron shack, a warm duvet and a decent night's sleep went down a treat. It's amazing the things you start to appreciate when you're travelling. A snuggly duvet and your own room become normal things when you're at home ...
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... giving me the "remain calm" look. We pulled our bags inside our cozy room, I do recall having a walkin closet back in the day with similar proportions. I now knew why the bathroom was outside! Our hostess quickly said she would like to show us around, so out the door we went, first stop the "grey porta potty", she opend the door with much flourish and proudly said, " this is your shower", who knew they made showers out of porta potties? I opened my other eye to ensure I was ...
... you're surrounded by Germans and French you can understand why. The bus journey was only 2 and a half hours so we arrived into sunny Newcastle at 9. We got ourselves to our hostel and managed to find one of the owners outside having a fag. He gave us a key to get in and let our put our bags inside. The hostel was on the 3rd Floor above a pub but the building itself was quite nice. The hostel was basically a converted floor to be rooms and toilets ...