Travelodge Lincoln Thorpe on the Hill

Address: A46 Newark / Lincoln Road, Thorpe On The Hill, Lincolnshire, England, LN6 9AJ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on A46 Newark / Lincoln Road, Thorpe On The Hill, is near Lincoln Cathedral of St. Mary, Museum of Lincolnshire Life, Lincoln Christmas Market, and The Collection / Usher Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Thorpe On The Hill

Stisted then Lincoln

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Oct 27, 2014

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Loaded the Boomer with all our gear and set off around the dreaded "biggest car park in the world" (M 25) and then reached Stisted, near Braintree in Essex. We went to have a quick lunch with Ronnie and Homer. Old friends - we calculated together that we last met up in 1989. So good to see them and see how they had renovated the inside ...

With 24 hours to go....

A travel blog entry by ann-jamie on Oct 15, 2014

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With 24 hours to go, we are packed, on-line check in done, tickets and boarding pass printed out and camera charged. Amazingly our rucksacks are under 20kg which means lots of space for souvenirs on the trip home! Tomorrow the adventure starts with a car journey to Heathrow courtesy of Mummy Scorror (Cheers!) then a flight to Dubai and on to Bangkok. Arriving in the evening on Friday with our in country guide Grandpa John. We shall see what excitement he has planned on our ...

Scarborough to Lincoln

A travel blog entry by bronjack on Oct 06, 2014

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... to which the lady responded-" no, that's called wild camping". We're never quite sure what Gracie might come out with sometimes!! The lady subsequently wandered over to us, very interested in our trip and kindly offered for us to camp in her backyard for the evening. We would normally have jumped at the chance, but her home was a little too far off our route and would have meant we would have had to find our own safe route into Lincoln the ...

Nottingham and Robin Hood

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Sep 25, 2014

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... we have here is a Robin Hood that is part of an oral tradition. At one point, however, that oral tradition, some 150 years after Robin Hood is supposed to have been active in Sherwood Forest, in Nottngham and with the Sheriff of Nottingham, was written down.

Basically the story of Robin Hood was written first in 1377 in William Langland's "Piers Plowman." As the story persisted through the ...

Doddington Hall

A travel blog entry by m8man on Jun 25, 2014

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... Their wild, undisciplined children, under the leadership of the eldest boy, Francis, encouraged travelling players and entertainers to call at the hall and instigated the practical jokes for which the Delavals became notorious.
These included:

Going to bed could be an unnerving experience at Seaton Delaval Hall. Guests would retire to their bedrooms and while they were undressing, mechanical hoists would suddenly raise the bedroom walls, exposing them ...