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24.09.2014 Review of Jurys Inn, Gateshead

"Although I live in the North East of England, I often take advantage of cheap hotel rooms at Premier Inns with my partner when enjoying a night out in Newcastle or when attending a concert. Booking a hotel room can often prove cheaper then the cost of tax ..."

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Newcastle Rasoi Restaurant: make sure early bird gets the worm

14.08.2014 Review of Rasoi Indian Restaurant, Newcastle

"Sharing a bottle of wine on our way to Newcastle seemed like a good idea at the time. However by the time we had got out of the station, walked the mile to our hotel and got changed for the evening we were feeling a tad over-tired; we were in a place wher ..."

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The Lady of The North

01.07.2014 Review of Northumberlandia, Newcastle

"Northumberlandia is Europe’s largest land form, and is a giant lady, in Northumberland. It is part of a park on land owned in partnership by the Land Trust. She was officially opened on September 3rd 2012 by the Princess Royal, but wasn’t available to vi ..."

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Visiting the dragon's heads at Wallington

07.05.2014 Review of Wallington Hall, Newcastle

"...During a recent Northumberland residents festival I persuaded my husband, and parents that we should have a day out at nearby Wallington Hall, as we had not been there before and on that weekend it was free to get in. Built in 1688 the hall was home to t ..."

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