Travelodge Carlisle Todhills

Address: A74 Southbound, Todhills, Carlisle, Cumbria, England, CA6 4HA, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on A74 Southbound, Todhills, is near World Famous Old Blacksmith's Shop Museum.
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      Caerlaverock Castle - Maxwell House!

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 07, 2014

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      ... the previous castle built 200 metres away,) and enlarged in 1635, it was sacked by Protestants in the later 1600s and left to rot. Almost no-one else there, a very informative ticket seller to fill in the history, we had a great time. Brilliant sunny day too. We were so lucky. We also looked at the foundations of the first castle.

      Then drove back along the shore of Solway Firth to another farm camp. Distant echoes of fireworks, this being Guy Fawkes ...

      Day 4

      A travel blog entry by chris_calcite on Oct 30, 2014

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      ... Edinburgh. It doesn't, preferring to head through Newcastle city itself. This means we don't get the thrill of passing the Metrocentre shopping mall (I'm joking!) but we do get to cross the Tyne on the proper Tyne Bridge. With some desperate last-minute fumbling I manage to turn on the windscreen-mounted GoPro and record us crossing the river. Even on the other side the satnav keeps us away from the A1, taking a more direct route to Scotland straight across the centre of empty centre ...

      Over the Hill

      A travel blog entry by cpb18 on Oct 22, 2014

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      ... was now nothing stopping the wind. It howled in from my left, taking my breath away and forcing me to face to one side during the climb. As I started to enter the base of the clouds the wind whipped ice crystals as well, stinging any exposed skin. The grass eventually started to disappear and all there was was broken black rock, glistening with moisture from the cloud I was now walking through. Visibility was down to around five meters, I could only vaguely make out the ...

      Burns Land

      A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Oct 21, 2014

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      ... was a visit to the Devil's Cauldron Museum. Apparently in the first world war the government established a large number of munitions factories in this area, employing thousands of women. The museum commemorates those who worked to produce explosives, they had large concrete cauldrons into which went a variety of noxious substances which they then mixed with their bare hands. The side effects were horrendous - no health and safety in those days. I am afraid I have a ...

      Hadrian's Wall

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Sep 27, 2014

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      ... modern times, after Mohammed came up with his own version of a monotheistic religion in the 630s, there were the six or so Crusades which ran on for 150 years, remember them?, beginning in 1095 AD. There’s nothing new under the sun, particularly Europeans fighting Arabs and Persians.)

      In the popular imagination Hadrian’s Wall was built strictly as a defensive barrier, to keep the barbarians out. Well, not entirely. Empires didn’t run on ...