Alabare House

Address: 15 Tollgate Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, SP1 2JA, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 15 Tollgate Road, Salisbury, is near Salisbury Cathedral, Avebury Stone Circle, Mompesson House, and Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire, and Wiltshire Regiment Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Salisbury

    Royal Crescent, Gardens, American Mus., Stonehenge

    A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Aug 05, 2015

    23 photos

    ... You can no longer walk up to and between the stones as it is roped off and you walk around it on a gravel path. It is still impressive. Having seen the Avebury stone circles a couple of days ago, the stones here are much bigger and closer together. They also seem more complete. While some say you can skip Stonehenge if you’ve seen Avebury, we’re glad we did both as they are each unique in their own ...

    Tour of Bath

    A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Aug 04, 2015

    14 photos

    ... valuable in today’s currency, it is the sheer quantity from a 200 year span that is impressive.

    When we finished at the Baths, we walked around the corner to the Huntsman Inn to attend the ‘Bizarre Bath’ Street theatre at 8. It’s a combination walk around Bath with humorous commentary and a bit of magic. If you like British humor at all, this is a really fun evening out and a good way to walk off ...

    Stonehenge

    A travel blog entry by sean_emily on Jun 28, 2015

    17 photos

    ... medieval pubs and sky-high cathedrals. There is certainly something mysteriously tranquil about this place, regardless of its teaming markets and thoroughfares. Upon arrival we discovered an open air market where we scored an enormous wedge of brie for just one pound sterling, added some bread and English strawberries to the pack and we were ready for a picnic. Just needed a bit of cider to help round things out.

    There's a private bus that runs (much like a ...

    The Pre-history of Worship and Pilgrimage

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 15, 2015

    9 comments, 5 photos

    ... been pretty solid organization to create these areas, and there must have been an element of pilgrimage even at that time for large stones to have been shlepped from Wales to build part of this. We obviously can only interpret and guess from what has been found, but there was a really interesting exchange about why wood was used in some of the circles, stone in others, and both in some. Apparently an archeologist visited not too long ago from Mauritius, ...

    Day 5: Dover

    A travel blog entry by syb8625 on Jul 18, 2014

    ... the isle of Briton. It was here in the year 1066 that King Harold faced his Norman foe, William- who would later be known as "the Conqueror" but at that point was merely Duke of Normandy. (Or "the *******" behind his back). It was this battle that shaped the next thousand years of English history, and ended Saxon rule. After taking a walk around the battlefield and listening to the audio tour we wrapped it up and ...