The Linden Tree

73 Bristol Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England, GL1 5SN, United Kingdom | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on 73 Bristol Road, Gloucester, is near Gloucester Cathedral, Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre, Painswick Rococo Garden, and Gloucestershire.
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Travel Blogs from Gloucester

Penultimate Blog entry - Uk driving trip

A travel blog entry by graemea on Sep 13, 2014

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... Abraham Darby perfected the smelting of iron ore with coke. His son invented a new forging process with the smelted steel to produce single beams of iron, but it wasn’t until his grandson (all named Abraham), in 1779 constructed the very first iron bridge. This bridge and the original Toll-house, still remain in-situ today. So when you see the massive iron structures around the world today, you can give thanks to the building of a single bridge ...

A Day in the Cotswolds

A travel blog entry by desiland on Sep 11, 2014

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The Cotswolds region originally was a large producer of the finest wool in Europe which brought prosperity to the region. It fell onto difficult times, but today is enjoying a revival. A lot of the homes are constructed of stone from Bath, giving the area a charming appeal. We walked around Lower Slaughter with a working waterwheel, Stow- on- ...

It just keeps getting better

A travel blog entry by ros711 on Sep 11, 2014

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... Yesterday we had a trip to Stratford upon Avon, the birthplace of Shakespeare. This included a visit to Anne Hathaway's Cottage, and I have included some photos of the wonderful garden there. I was eyeing off the rhubarb which was just about ready to harvest, but of course had no way of preparing it back at the hotel. (Oh yes, photo of hotel also attached.) Last night we went to dinner at the wonderful Buckland Manor and I didn't have my ...

Day 8, in which I discuss Flapjacks and Fedoras

A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Sep 11, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... here is a very pretty cream colored limestone and most of the buildings in this area are made from the stone. At the very bottom of the Isle is a rocky beach and lighthouse, and this tip is called the Portland Bill. I wasn’t able to find out why it is called a bill, maybe it is the shape of the land, kinda like a duck’s bill.


Leaving Portland, we continued west ...

Cheese....a hill and pure carnage...

A travel blog entry by dan-roxy on May 27, 2013

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... a spot on the side of the hill, trying to get our footing (which wasn't easy) and using lumps and thistles in the grass to stop us from sliding down to the bottom.

The cheese was let loose down the hill, the madness begins. People were flying down the hill, summer salts, flips and face plants, bloody hilarious! Dan was going to go in it, but I think after seeing the hill, opted out...which is fair enough! The ...