Waterside

Address: 56/59 Waterside A44, Evesham, Worcestershire, England, WR11 6TZ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 56/59 Waterside A44, Evesham, is near Broadway Tower, Evesham Country Park, The Domestic Fowl Trust, and Almonry Heritage Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Evesham

Cotswold Characters

A travel blog entry by cduval on Jun 12, 2015

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... the butchers, post office,library--and the Women's Institute and the Quaker Meeting House (more on that later).

I can fit in with this group though find it a bit wearing after a few hours.

Thank God I brought my Jaeger skirt! I'll finally get some wear out of it after having it relegated for years at the back of my wardrobe in Sydney.

Rick enjoys hanging out with this group.

I remember years ago when I was head of English at Sunningdale School ...

Sleepover

A travel blog entry by alisonfrusher on Jun 07, 2015

... curtain will survive!! We made Minion key rings from Hama beads and discussed our itinerary, packing, menus and picked our meal choice for Hard Rock Cafe. Sunday morning, in heavy drizzle we relaid the Geo-Caching Course at Cowley, our service project for having the facilities for free! Everyone did a great job ...

Down at Downton, or a Visit to the Cotswolds

A travel blog entry by lscully on May 31, 2015

... everything else I suppose. A local lady opened up the tiny gift shop in the library, whose facade/entryway is the entrance to the village hospital on DA. I snapped up a few over-prices but necessary trinkets, and then took a meeelion pictures of the street, Mrs. Crawley's home, the hospital and the church. Heaven. The last stop of the day was Bleinhem Palace, the only palace ...

The Cotswolds

A travel blog entry by tuckersontour on Jul 30, 2014

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... into Stratford upon Avon where we walked along the river and took in the important sites related to William Shakespeare. It is 450 years since the Bard died. I also found out that Shakespeare has no direct descendants as his only granddaughter had no children. Again it is a spot where lots of canal boats can moor. It is amazing how many people travel around the country using the canals. It appears a very peaceful form of ...

Pershore to Evesham

A travel blog entry by jamesandhazel on Jul 14, 2013

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... for about two months.

There were quite a few bands playing, and although we had been told we would be playing at some point, it never happened. A lapse in communication between organisers.

River activities included a rescue demonstration and a dinghy race. There was a flypast from a Dakota from the RAF.

Hazel had a nasty fall on the stern of Eli as she crossed from the shore. She had bruises on her arm, her right shin and her left ...

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