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Extraordinary customer service. Really exquisite. Great room. Wonderful breakfast. Highlight of trip. Very good location, walk just across bridge (few minutes) to main town
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... Jurassic Coast – called this because many fossils have been found along Chesil Beach. We stopped for our picnic of fresh bagettes and Somerset cheddar and fruit in a sheltered area overlooking the beach. We really lucked out as the weather has been gorgeous. It was really a nice drive through west Dorset but by mid afternoon we knew we had to leave this beautiful coastline and head ...
... coming off the M4 in London is pretty busy. But our next coach doesn't leave Victoria until 11:30 so I'm not too nervous. My confidence is almost shattered when as we don't get off Tardy Coach until 11:20 due to traffic around the bus station. We leave arrivals and Victoria Station is like a zoo. There are people and luggage everywhere. I only have enough time to grab a bottle of water before getting ...
... take the next footpath on the right. You're welcome.
Other things to see during the walk include British Primitive Goats who will glare at you in a way that reminds you how pointy their horns and refuse to come over to eat the grass you're offering them on account of them ...
Rain & cold. Wednesday is only 52 degrees and it rains all day. We decide this is a good day for museums.
First we visit the Jane Austen Center. Jane and her family moved here for about 6 years. Jane was in her mid 20s. When they arrived they had enough money to join in the social scene with parties, balls and card games. It gave Jane lots of background for her novels but little time to write. Then in1805 ...
... Of course, we couldn't enjoy it as much as we might have wanted. Access was limited to one side of the henge and park police monitored our actions to ensure we wouldn't try and slip away down the path to the Heel Stone, which would have afforded the more classic view of the structure (with some uprights and lintels still standing.) Instead, we had the view of fallen stones and collapsed ruins. It was also pouring rain and miserably cold and windy. ...