Travelodge Wrexham

Address: A483 / A5152 , Wrexham, Wrexham County, North Wales, Wales, LL14 4EJ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on A483 / A5152 , Wrexham, is near Erddig and Wrexham Steeple.
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      3 months down. 3 months to go.

      A travel blog entry by avery.kiesling on Apr 02, 2015

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      ... gifs all the time and laugh about how relatable they are to our lives. Anyways, we also went out at the end of the week to a fancy Italian place and had the most delicious dinner ever. All in all, I'd say her birthday week was a fun one. We also celebrated Naomi's 20th birthday recently. She lives in the same accommodation as me and I've loved getting to know her so far. She has such a kind heart and I was so ...

      Farewell Ireland, Hello Wales

      A travel blog entry by ashpiccirillo on May 19, 2013

      3 comments, 15 photos

      ... for him I suppose. His belt size is going to pay also, though, I fear...

      Our first stop in Wales was at a town whose name I couldn't pronounce if I tried... It is apparently the longest place name in the world - over 50 letters I think! The Welsh alphabet has weird combinations of consonants that make surprising sounds... You can barely read the names! I took a picture. Just a little stop here for lunch (roast veg pasta bake ...

      Boing!

      A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Mar 24, 2012

      ... another excellent dinner, with a sharing Ploughman's Platter for starters, a Cromwell's Burger for me and delicious Pan-Fried Chicken Breast for Julie, followed by a couple of beers and ciders in the Salopian Bar, one of the most interesting places in Shrewsbury for beer drinkers - and managed a bit more of a win on the quiz machine too.

      Clocks go forward tomorrow but the prolonged period of calm weather means that a trip to the Welsh coast is beckoning.
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      An easy drive to our next destination

      A travel blog entry by rickandwill on Jul 08, 2011

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      ... We walked past the Town Hall and noticed the doors open so decided to see if we could go in and see inside. Not really allowed but the caretaker felt sorry for us and gave us a guided tour. How nice of him. The hall is not very old and was built in 1860. Much later they put in a false ceiling for warmth and aucustics, which was removed not so long ago and surprised everyone what was hidden all that time. Fancy covering up such a ...

      Riding down from Bangor.........

      A travel blog entry by baumyj on Oct 18, 2010

      6 photos

      ... over the world including New Zealand!!

      We then stopped at Oswestry. We first found the old hill fort with multiple ditches and dykes. The fort itself was occupied from about 500 BC (the Iron Age) until the Roman period (about 60AD) and there were a series of information boards on the site. We were more interested in the cache today so didn't really spend much time exploring. We moved on to a cache at the top of a hill that also gave us a good view of the area. It ...