The Westbourne House Hotel

25 Westbourne Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, S10 2QQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 25 Westbourne Road, Sheffield, is near Kelburn Castle and Country Centre and Vikingar!.
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Travel Blogs from Sheffield

New Year New Thinking

A travel blog entry by southernson on Jan 26, 2014

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... her vaccination records, to prove that she was the dog we claimed she was. Andy and I left the next morning to go to catch the ferry waving goodbye to Yvonne. Sadly not to Scott who had died two weeks previously. I was expecting the worst, as usual, and invariably the worst happened. Despite having several officially stamped documents from Amelie attesting that Jess was who she was claiming to be, the English guy at the check in desk at Roscoff insisted we had to ...

Study Study Study

A travel blog entry by kaitlynwaldie on Dec 12, 2013

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... that they have here at the uni. they are honestly so helpful no matter what you ask of them.  Last weekend we took a trip to York to get out of Sheffield for a while. York was amazing it was full of high, narrow little streets that looked like Diagon Alley out of Harry Potter it was incredible. There was full swing Christmas markets there around every corner. The town is very much full of a more classical English architecture, there was an old castle lookout in ...

Goodbye Sheffield and the Gripple team

A travel blog entry by emily.hall.7758 on Jun 18, 2013

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... unorganised we were and it seemed they had had a worse time than us, getting lost within London for over an hour. We knew there was a free bus between the tube and the stadium but once getting off the train realised that the bus would not be running during the actual concert. There were four of them and two of us so we thought sharing a taxi may turn out to be reasonably priced. However would a taxi that seats five let six people in? No way could they do that. So ...

Day 9

A travel blog entry by anmari on Dec 10, 2012

... concept of not having both double glazing and central heating (many, as I do, have triple glazing and very efficient central heating, especially in urban areas) so I understand why some of you may be scratching your heads in puzzlement. But this is the reality for many in the UK, and a lot of older people suffer a great deal each winter due to a lack of insulation, heating and adequate glazing.

The evening is ...

Exploring Glasgow

A travel blog entry by eliseandmatt on Jul 27, 2012

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... and get this done.

Glasgow has been pretty good, with some good shopping to be done if you wanted to. Tomorrow we’re driving almost two hours to Cairnryan then catching a ferry to Belfast which I’m excited about.

The Opening Ceremony has been pretty spectacular so far. I enjoyed the creation of the Olympic Rings, the Queen’s arrival sequence and seeing J K Rowling and Voldemort. We cheered when we just saw the Australian team enter the ...