The Lemon Tree Restaurant & Hotel

Address: 29 Rhosddu Road, Wrexham, Wrexham County, North Wales, Wales, LL11 2LP, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 29 Rhosddu Road, Wrexham, is near Erddig and Wrexham Steeple.
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    A travel blog entry by avery.kiesling on Apr 02, 2015

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    ... stories and it reminded me that there is always hope in every situation. Friday night was one of my other favorite events. The talk wasn't the best, but it turned out to be okay because of the people I was with. Kirstie, Alexa, Ben, Naomi, Heather, Lewis and I all went down together and I loved being surrounded by people who rock. It opened up room for discussion as well and I always love that. All in all, Events ...

    Renewing Energies and Discovering Powers

    A travel blog entry by faithmarie on Mar 16, 2014

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    ... met her, that she was attending an anti-fracking protest.

    I couldn't complain about the wait though - the sun was shining and it was the perfect weather to be out. I was quite ready to search for local hostels/hotels and places to stay just in case Katie wasn't able to accommodate me that night. So I sat down by the side of the private driveway, started browsing, when my (very) worried mum called. It was a good opportunity for ...

    Lymm, Manchester, Liverpool in 3 days...

    A travel blog entry by kieran.layla on Apr 26, 2013

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    ... Liverpool were we saw the most amazing cathedral yet. It is the largest Anglican catherdral in the Euorpe, and the fifth largest in the world. The beautiful stained glassed windows and the detail put into every stone block was just incredible. It was definitely the highlight of the day. We also went to Albert Dock which is a little area by the sea with shops, places to eat and some museums. ...

    Boing!

    A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Mar 24, 2012

    ... shops, "The Thigh's the Limit" on Mardol (this place is worth searching out if you're visiting the town and fancy something a cut above the average in leg-wear, but don't expect Lidl prices. I don't really believe in the term 'you get what you pay for' but the quality here is excellent stemming from a rigorous purchasing policy so go and browse and see what you can find) and won a few pounds in both the Old Post Office and the Yorkshire House.

    We ...

    North Wales

    A travel blog entry by roandlibby on Jul 15, 2011

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    ... National Park, making a bit of a detour so that we went through Llanberis Pass, close to Mount Snowden. Evidently Hilary and his team trained here for their assault on Everest all those years ago. Stopped at Betws-y-Coed. Optional excursion at Llangollen involved a barge trip on the canal which was pretty amazing as it went over a spectacular ...