Pullman Lodge Hotel

Whitburn Road, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England, SR6 8AA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sunderland

Of Tyrants and Travel Plans

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999

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... week so far in 2014, and while the temperature is only about 12 degrees it feels much nicer out in the sunshine. Unfortunately, as this is one of the busiest times of the year to be a student, few of us will truly get to enjoy the sunshine.

The past two weeks have been filled with essays, readings, and seminars. I also got to go to a few really interesting presentations, which are certainly noteworthy. The first was last week and was the second ...

Dad in Dunelm

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999

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... of the Baltic Gallery. In the afternoon we walked around downtown, and explored Newcastle's New Castle. The Castle was built during the Norman Period to defend the river Tyne, although a fort had existed on the sight in the past. Although once a sprawling defensive complex, only the keep and Black Gate remain as the rest was demolished to make way for the train tracks during the Industrial Revolution.

In the evening, we returned to Durham to have dinner ...

Ambivalence, Anxiety & Uncertainty....

A travel blog entry by craigos20

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... an impact on people's life's...until now. Macey was an absolute legend, and I'm certain that those who knew her will agree. The traumatic departure of Macey dog has left me with lots of weird feelings & emotions. It's crazy how loss can bring about many thoughts that have never even entered your head before. It makes you think about the past, and re-establish mental connections that you have tried so hard to disconnect. Significantly though, loss really makes you ...

Awesome Steam Trains

A travel blog entry by soniasjourneys

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... in the world.

The American engine was originally called the Golden Shuttle, reflecting the Yorkshire Woolen Industry, and traveled from Bradford and Leeds to London. In 1945 it was renamed the Dwight D. Eisenhower in honour of the General who led the Allied Forces to victory in WWII. It was shipped to the National Railroad Museum at Greenbay, Wisconsin in 1964. The Dwight D. Eisenhower returned to Britain for ...

Aggressive Negotiations

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999

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... form the United States. We had a fun time talking about the differences between North America and England with our friend Daniel who was across the table. In the UK, undergrads have far fewer electives than most students in North America (probably because they have to squeeze a whole undergrad degree into three years). We also compared slang terms a bit. Which brings me to...

A note on British slang. You'll notice that in my introduction to this post I used the term fittest. ...

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