A Space in the City - The Brewery Quarter

Address: St Marys Street, Cardiff, Southern Wales, Wales, CF10 1FG, United Kingdom | Lodge
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This lodge, located in the Whitchurch - Tongwynlais area of Cardiff, is near The National History Museum, St. Fagan's, Castell Coch, Roath Park, and St. Fagans Walk.
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    Not all who wander are lost

    A travel blog entry by suemckee on Aug 07, 2015

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    We found our way back into Oxford and paid the exorbitant parking fee, then went for a wander around this beautiful city. Around every corner was a fabulous building, or a garden among the university grounds. We climbed a tower and got a bird's eye view, visited Christ Church, and even visited briefly the Ashmoleum museum - free entry - before the meter ran out. Oxford is where Inspector Morse is set and also was the inspiration for Alice ...

    Day 5 Swindon to Weston super Mare ~ 78m

    A travel blog entry by lee.anderson on Aug 03, 2015

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    ... most picturesque town I've been to yet, Bradford believe it or not! Then Weston super Mare gave me my first view of the Bristol Channel, and the sea since heading in land from Middlesbrough. My host Howard put on a hearty feast of chicken stew, noodles and chocolate brownie cake. Delicious! Thanks ...

    Day 4-5

    A travel blog entry by susitravels on Jul 30, 2015

    18 photos

    ... by soft play, air hockey. Afterwards we went swimming, that was pretty amazing, lazy river, slides, children's area and whirlpools. They would have stayed in all day, we had to tell them a little fib that our colour had been called so that we could get them out. Afternoon was spent walking across the road to the beach, didn't stop very long as it was very cold. Then back to the fairground for different rides ...

    Pembroke Castle and Cardiff

    A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 05, 2015

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    ... repair considering its history including being blasted by cannons in the Civil War by Oliver Cromwell. In a previous century it was the birthplace of Henry VII.
    Moving on from Pembroke, we drove on increasingly major roads until finally using the M4 to drive into Cardiff (or Caerdidd in Welsh). It didn't take long to find the hotel IBIS Budget. We all had a laugh when we discovered what ...

    Cardiff Bay Blister Walk

    A travel blog entry by theresa.morris on Jul 24, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... leg brain), an gentleman abruptly told me the toilets were down that way. Helpful, but there's no sugarcoating the fact that I was being totally clueless.

    Anyway, we of course did not see the water taxi so ended up walking down to Cardiff Bay, which isn't actually that bad of a walk when your feet aren't starting to develop blisters. Cardiff Bay was once a sea port used for the transport of coal, but now that that industry ...

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