Travelodge Worcester

3 High Street, Worcester, Worcestershire, England, WR1 2QS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Worcester

A Sense of Perspective

A travel blog entry by ejm56


... film and reports of the ghastly scenes proved the enormity of the evil of the Nazi regime, and even to this day provide the most recognised images of the Holocaust.
A survivor wrote that the effect of Belsen was "to drive us out of our minds, to extinguish even the faintest memory we might still have that we were once human beings."

We visit Belsen on Friday 9 May.


Dull stuff and a jolly thing

A travel blog entry by ejm56


A slightly frustrating day wrestling with various types of technology, card payments, faulty numbers, overlong passwords, payments not working, websites not working and much else besides. All in a day's work in the modern world...
On a brighter note, Wills took Red to Raddlebarn School. The children had great fun playing with everything and a good time was had by all. They will follow Red's progress on a companion blog called whereisredtoday. ...

Preparations of different types

A travel blog entry by ejm56


... a fully trained mechanic, we have nothing to fear. Mind you, we do need an oil change and a full service after 7000 km, at which point the tappets will need adjusting. I am sure that someone in Poland will know what to do...

That night, we did a bit of homework, watching a remarkable documentary called "KZ". It is about the concentration camp at Mauthausen with no commentary and blissfully free of irritating music. The camera simply follows ...

It is better to travel in hope.....

A travel blog entry by susankington

... and uninteresting, even a stop for a Costa coffe failed to offer a frisant of interest.
The train left on time and we spent a happy few minutes planning our trip to the Majestic wine warehouse in Calais and salivating over the thought of the choice between a Pomerol or a Barolo to imbibe after a little evening repast.
Thirty five minutes later we had arrived in ...

Arriving in Clifton Upon Teme

A travel blog entry by chloelanz


... it fitted in with our days plans. Stone Henge has changed throughout time and was first built from wood. I believe it has existed since 1000BC (I can't check right now as I don't have Internet). Jack thinks it was built by aliens! I couldn't get past the fact that the stones which are HUGE we're transported without any vehicles or machines over 250km to this random spot in the countryside. How!!? How could they get them that far with just man power!! And ...

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