The Old Plough

Address: 2 Church Street, Oakham, Leicestershire, England, LE15 8QT, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 2 Church Street, Oakham.
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    Travel Blogs from Oakham

    Getting into the groove.

    A travel blog entry by cdickson6 on Jun 06, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... Castle was our target and after circumnavigating the city centre a number of times we spotted the top of the castle on top of a hill overlooking the area. The plan was to slowly work our way towards the castle by keeping it and view and taking the streets that looked to be going in that direction but with all good plans there was a hitch. A large number of private housing estates ringed the castle and nil allowed public access so we were forced ...

    Lost and happy

    A travel blog entry by cdickson6 on Jun 03, 2015

    4 comments, 5 photos

    The trip in earnest has begun. We set out from Brisbane Airport on the 31st of May 2015 via Cathay Pacific enroute to Hong kong and then on to London. The first leg of the flight lasted approximately eight and a half hours however felt considerably shorter due no doubt due to the excitement and relief we were feeling at finally being on our way after a year in the planning. Note to self, next time Marg and I fly together order the gluten free meals when purchasing the ...

    Discovering Leicester

    A travel blog entry by hazelgault on Jun 02, 2015

    5 comments, 15 photos

    ... in riots. They were banned again under the Puritans following the Civil War. The restoration of King Charles II, led to a restoration of the Mayday festivities. The Mayday following his return to England, a maypole, 40m high, was erected in London's Strand and stood there for the next 50 years. I remember as a child, we celebrated Mayday in our schools with the crowning of the May Queen, closely attended by her maids and lots of complicated dancing around ...

    Beginning.... Follow me

    A travel blog entry by gcook16 on Nov 23, 2014

    ... and went online to try and buy 10 tickets for my flight. And I could do. So this means there is space on the plane. So I might be able to move to a better seat !!! Going to have one more glass of wine then going to try and sleep and go to bed !! Plus having lots of snuggles and goodbye hugs with rosie in bed :( X xx Untill tomorrow's big ...

    Part 11 - Cumbria - Yorkshire National Park

    A travel blog entry by gedowling on Jun 15, 2014

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... They have been to the horse festival and now making their way to "other destinations" Not many in the traditional horse and wagon type arrangement but plenty of late model Range Rovers, Toyotas etc hauling big late model caravans, but all looking for a spot on the side of the road where they can stop for a few days without having to pay the camp fees. Sounds familiar! One of the trips I have been waiting to do is the visit to Lakeland Motor Museum at Newby Bridge, Lakeland. Just south ...