Travelodge Durham

Address: Station Road Gilesgate , Durham, Durham, England, DH1 1LJ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Station Road Gilesgate , Durham, is near Durham Cathedral, Durham Castle, Oriental Museum, and East Durham Coast.
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      The flooded road to Newcastle

      A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Oct 28, 2014

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      ... worse and the rain was coming down by the bucket load. As I had plenty of time I simply sat at a steady 60 mph along the flooded bypass. The bike had new tyres fitted and as per usual on a motorcycle its always worth taking it steady on new tyres until they are run in a bit. Finally onto the A68 and as per usual there up ahead is a slow going truck holding all the traffic up. Right behind him is a cop car so I cannot even slip up the side of him and pass. We are ...

      Upper Largo to Durham, England

      A travel blog entry by loisclarke on Oct 26, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      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 ...

      King of the Castle

      A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Aug 26, 2014

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      ... with my friends here at Durham. We spent lots of time cooking delicious meals in the MCR - from Fajitas to Spaghetti, Stir Fry to Curry. We played tons of fun games like Uno and Articulate.

      We also did quite a bit of traveling while Emilie was here. Our first major trip was to Chester's Roman Fort, which formed part of Hadrian's Wall. The trip was organized by the international student office, who chartered a bus to take us to the wall. Once we got there we had ...