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Two Night Getaway, no colour

Two Night Getaway, no colour

Two Night Getaway, no colour

A two night break in a 3* plus hotel. Enjoy taking a break from the routine of everyday life with this two night getaway. It's the ideal way to unwind, explore...... more

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Welcome to King's Lynn

Advantages: Plenty to see and do within town and surrounding areas
Disadvantages: Can get very busy on Market Days

...I moved to the North Norfolk Port of Kings Lynn in 2001 from the South Coast as much because of its rural charm as the cost of living here was considerably cheaper than the south where I was born and grew up. Everywhere you walk within Kings Lynn you are reminded of the former history that surrounds this former Hanseatic Port when it was used as a major port for shipping and receiving...

rachelkanga 11.01.2005 17:56 · Read review
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Review of Kings Lynn in General

King Robert Hotel

Advantages: Great hotel with good service
Disadvantages: A bit of a trek into Stirling and a little pricey

..., lets get on with the hotel review. I was quite pleased to be staying at a hotel, really. I've never stayed in one by myself before - although I've been in a few in Italy with school tour groups. I looked the King Robert up before I left for Stirling and it looks way more expensive than anything I could afford if I were paying the bill myself. The website says the nightly rate for a single room is...

tb240904 18.08.2012 10:11 · Read review
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Review of King Robert, Stirling

Great Budget Hotel In King's Cross, London

Advantages: Great location; clean; comfortable.
Disadvantages: None.

...hotels - the Travelodge and Easyhotel. I therefore decided to look for somewhere different. I was also travelling with a family member this time who has a disability which means she has difficulty walking. I therefore looked for hotels close to the train station where we'd be alighting (King's Cross) as well as to tube stations so it wouldn't be as much trouble getting around. It didn't take me long...

justarube 08.12.2014 12:31 · Read review
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Review of Premier Travel Inn London - King's Cross, London