The Waterloo Hotel & Bistro

Address: 113 Alexandra Road , Newport, Southern Wales, Wales, NP20 2JG, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 113 Alexandra Road , Newport, is near Tredegar House, Celtic Manor Resort Golf Course, Celtic Manor Resort Golf Course, and Forum Spa at Celtic Manor.
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      Travel Blogs from Newport

      Day 1, part 1. Bridgend to Heathrow

      A travel blog entry by the-wanderer on Mar 01, 2015

      5 comments, 1 photo

      ... Lee is my ex husband and I know what he is like, I just thought today may have been different. I hate lateness, it's right up there with the rudest things someone can do, it's 95% avoidable and those that argue differently are the ones who are always late. "No matter" I thought "plenty of time" and off we went. I had totally forgotten Lee drives like a stoned snail and after being overtaken by several milk floats and prams, I insisted he put his bloody foot down or ...

      Travel Day

      A travel blog entry by travelingjess on Feb 26, 2015

      I am saddened inside to see my "Toms" go in the garbage. The whole in the heel let the water in, the pinky toe whole let the air in. They have walked a thousand miles! But desperate times call for desperate measures, NO ROOM in bag!!!! The only way to stay on a budget and eat is to shop at the grocery store. Therefore on travel days I bring my canned spaghetti with me. Currently I am carrying around a jug of milk..... As long as it's not out of the fridge ...

      Castles in Cardiff

      A travel blog entry by rachaelb12 on Feb 07, 2015

      4 photos

      While Swansea was the beachside town, Cardiff is the industrial city centre. With a giant castle right in the middle of it. Which, by the way, is totally worth the extra money for a tour. We got to see the great ostentatious rooms that regular visitors do not get access to. With every ceiling plated with gold, it was certainly a great spectacle to see. Every room had a different theme and had a story behind it. I really loved ...

      An Excellent Disaster

      A travel blog entry by gibbslocates on Dec 22, 2014

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... had a face that launched a thousand ships, which had all promptly sunk. "Dancing Queen" was the tune and our twirling lovely was, in her own mind "young & sweet, only seventeen" but to everyone else she was an out of control drunken hippopotamus that managed to barge everything out of it's way that came near her uncontrolled orbit. This went on for some time. Some of our colleagues by this time had headed to bed but the others then headed off to the Grand Bar to ...

      Week Number Two !!!

      A travel blog entry by bennyharland on Feb 20, 2013

      ... we stopped at Kings Cross Station which apart from being a very clean station is host to the Platform 9 3/4 which the kids from Harry Potter go to catch their train to go to Hogwarts...

      The Journey from Kings Cross to Hatfield is my most favourite trip yet that i have taken in London Town! London has a ticketing system that is called the Oyster Card.... This card is supposed to make your journeys more efficient and cost effective by ...