Brandon Lodge

Ross Road, Grafton, Herefordshire, England, HR2 8BH, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located on Ross Road, Grafton, is near Hereford Cathedral, Eastnor Castle, Hereford Cider Museum, and Hereford Racecourse.
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    Travel Blogs from Grafton

    Day 46 London

    A travel blog entry by gregvanbeek on Oct 11, 2014

    2 photos

    ... the UK. This took up most of the afternoon but it was totally worth it, one of the best tours I've done. For dinner we found an Indian restaurant on the maps app and decided to try it out. So good. Peshwari Naan is my new found love, what a meal. We walked to Piccadilly circus and around the streets for a while before heading back to the station and home. Good day, London is a great place to ...

    Ham, Sheep, Mutton Buttons, Lanes, Evensong, etc.

    A travel blog entry by caroleknute on Oct 10, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... and through the middle, but walking anywhere is permitted. The fishing privileges are also leased, so if you want to fish the rivers from the Hama, you need to be a member of the TPAA ( Tewkesbury Angling Assoc?). Memberships available at the local tackle shop. There are sheep-proof gates that allow people and dogs access. Yes, dogs are allowed on the Ham unleashed if they don't "worry" the sheep. Sheep ...

    'I haven't been everywhere...yet!'

    A travel blog entry by emma-may-white on Oct 10, 2014

    11 photos

    ... cycle the foothills of the Himalayas in the 1940's. Grandad Tom not only diarised his journey but took and developed lots of incredible photographs en route ( under the flicker of a lantern in his tent!). My next adventure abroad will be a few weeks following my grandads footsteps cycling the foothills of the Himalayas in a bid to follow and diarise the same route, and take some of the same photographs over 70 years apart... keep your eyes peeled for my blog ;)



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    Battles, Money, History, and People

    A travel blog entry by caroleknute on Oct 09, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... the bloodiest conflicts in the War of the Roses in 147. Massive slaughter of the combatants and beheadings of the defeated leadership. Enough armor was retrieved by the locals, that they were able to reinforce the gates to the Abbey and this work can still be seen. The cleanup of the Abbey following the battle took three days to clean up the blood before it could be re-consecrated. Second, the Abbey is ...

    Day Two - Chez & Harri Day

    A travel blog entry by coconroco on Aug 11, 2014

    25 photos

    ... a bit to get used too, so narrow and scary at times.

    Dinner was at a new spot Harri recommended, The Hog. Very quaint and English. Of course Chez and Rob had a pint or two. Dinner was yum and the start of many annoying foodie shots to come.

    Back home for more chats and an early night, us oldies find it difficult to stay awake.

    Good night from day two



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