The Rose & Crown

Address: Romaldkirk, County Durham, England, DL12 9EB, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in Romaldkirk, is near Welsh Slate Museum, Bowes Museum, Llanberis Lake Railway, and Egglestone Abbey.
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      Travel Blogs from Romaldkirk

      The flooded road to Newcastle

      A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Oct 28, 2014

      3 photos

      ... and for my own safety I edged back into the left behind the truck. I was now raging with anger and just wanted to get hold of this **** and ring his neck and so at first chance I was passed this truck and after this ****!! Sure enough I caught up with him and got passed him and made him stop!! "Who the hell are you trying to kill?" were my words with him!! This fat clown was just about in tears but I was not letting him away with it. One second later and I could have ...

      Upper Largo to Durham, England

      A travel blog entry by loisclarke on Oct 26, 2014

      2 photos

      ... After the tour we had a light lunch at the cafe then drove onto Durham. The A1 was diverted at Berwick on Tweed via the A682 to where it joined the A1 just before Newcastle. Very nice farming areas with lots of hay making and sheep. Found the accommodation but no meals Sunday so had to walk 10 mins to a hotel. On coming back to the inn we had a great conversation with people in the ...

      Why Nothing Makes Me Happier

      A travel blog entry by emilyfrederick on Oct 09, 2014

      ... travels that fall into any of these categories. But the best thing about this description is the use of verbs: to run, to seek. Traveling involves action, purpose. It means constantly moving, constantly making a new place home. And that’s not easy, regardless of what your intention is. The word travel most likely comes from the French word travail, which, first used in English in the 14th century, meant something akin to laborious ...

      All creatures great and small

      A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Sep 18, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... we will walk together for the last time tomorrow, together with Geoff, as we are all heading to Richmond. Tomorrow night in Richmond we will probably have a farewell communal dinner as many will be moving on the next day, but we happily will be having our rest day. The other Melbourne quartet also rest in Richmond so we will remain in step with them. No beagling or grouse shoots today, but we did see pheasants. And many sheep and cows. Hope we can cope in the big smoke of ...

      Newcastle

      A travel blog entry by junior613 on Sep 03, 2014

      Cleaned & got myself organised as Neil & family headed off to work + school. Meet Russell for lunch down by the docks for cod & chips = very nice and then for a drive along the coast northwards & actually found some sandy beaches.....

      Back for tea with Neil & farewell dinner of Indian ...