Vintage Inn 'Falcons Nest'

Address: Rotary Way, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, England, NE3 5EH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rotary Way, Newcastle upon Tyne, is near The Sage Gateshead, Belsay Hall and Gardens, The Black Gate, and Newcastle Airport Tourist Information.
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Our last day before the long journey home.

A travel blog entry by ladynewbury on Aug 11, 2015

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... Rouge with a coffee. This chap called Neil, who was also having a coffee, was happy to tell us all about Durham and its history, the bridge we were beside is called Framwellgate Bridge, and it's Durham's oldest,'s a Grade 1 listed building! We went back to the Hotel to fetch the car, then off we go for a cuppa and chat with Pat. ...

Pats 69th birthday.

A travel blog entry by ladynewbury on Aug 10, 2015

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... clock but it doesn't dong, and it's got cardboard under one end to keep it going. I fiddled and fiddled for ages, and eventually I got it balanced and the dong is now would be proud of me! Gary called in to say hello, we didn't get to see the children because they are with their mother. We sent Gary home for the loppers for Dave to use, so he could take the top out of Pat's Bay tree. After a bit of a chat Gary went ...

A stroll in the park

A travel blog entry by footloose-too on Aug 10, 2015

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Today we went to a park in Gateshead. The founding fathers of Gateshead were more visionary than many other city councillors. In the 1870's they recognised the need for public spaces and bought the complete estate of an industrial magnate. They then had it landscaped ...

It will be the ruin of me!

A travel blog entry by footloose-too on Aug 08, 2015

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... the car there so we drove the short distance to the Walltown Quarry Carpark. The place was humming as there was a charity walk on for the Alzheimers Society and this was a way station with refreshments. The walkers were doing a 20 mile stretch!. We walked round the edge of the quarry and then up onto the wall, followed it up to the crest of the ridge and along it for a short way. There was a really good view from the ...

The Whickham Hermitage Community Garden

A travel blog entry by footloose-too on Aug 07, 2015

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John suggest that we might be interested in visiting a community garden in the nearby village/suburb of Whickham. Originally the garden of a large house called the Hermitage, the garden had been allowed to become overgrown and derelict. In 2002 local resident Dave Peacock arranged a public meeting and formed a committee to gain planning permission and generate funding in order to restore the garden to its former glory. This prevented former plans for the site ...