La Tour

Address: 92 - 94 Albert Rd, Blackpool, Lancashire, England, FY1 4PR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 92 - 94 Albert Rd, Blackpool, is near Blackpool Tower and Circus, Tower Ballroom, Opera House & Winter Gardens, and Blackpool Grand Theatre.
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Travel Blogs from Blackpool

Settled In

A travel blog entry by brellowgirl on Jan 20, 2015

1 comment, 19 photos

... office, a small theatre and a lot of history. Lord Lever (like lever soap) owned a lot of land there and basically built a town for his employees. He was a collector of antiques and his collection sits in the Lady Lever Art Gallery around the corner from Rob's office. We went to visit on Sunday and spent some time there. I couldn't believe that was all his at one point-it's a pretty impressive gallery. One thing I didn't get to see was the cool sundial that Rob had ...

Just us

A travel blog entry by hobbsteri on Dec 27, 2014

7 photos

... by had a roof covered in snow...but the kids missed it! When we made it to the seafront (Marni still walking, although we had done 1,2,3....swing! - Brody is just too heavy though.) There was snow in the Lakes District hills. Yeah...very exciting.
The kids walked up on the wall, until we came to a cafe and stopped in for a cuppa, which turned into lunch. Marni had a huge orange juice which she finished off along with some lunch and Brody had a ...

Onwards and Northwards

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Nov 10, 2014

... year. She did four piano pieces, by composers Beethoven, Debussy, Greig and Liszt. It was pleasant and relaxing sitting there listening to some lovely, well-known tunes.

We then decided to get some more exercise, so I could clock the recommended daily minimum of 10,000 steps. But it was too cold and windy up on deck, so we decided just to walk up and down the length of the ship in the corridors. We did get some funny looks off people who saw us ...

Five-oh, Five-oh, It's Off To Sea We Go

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Nov 09, 2014

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... no doubt be consuming this next fortnight. Every little helps.I did 40 minutes of cardiovascular exercise using the treadmill, cross-trainer and stationary bike. I also did some arm-work using dumb-bells. It was a completely new experience to be using the treadmill on a moving ship; the vessel’s motion meant that sometimes you’d be going uphill, and sometimes down. When I was using the dumb-bells I didn’t need the stability ball; the ...

The Leaving of Liverpool

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Nov 08, 2014

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... I will say for Paddy’s Taxis, they are (and always have been) extremely reliable.

It only took five minutes to get to Durham railway station where we were pleased to see that our train to Liverpool Lime Street was on time. Boarding the train and making our way to our reserved seats, we pulled slowly out of the station as dawn broke over the distinctive silhouette of our own impressive and awe-inspiring Durham Cathedral. For visitors to ...