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TravelPod Member ReviewsHighways House Bath
Location is excellent, walking distance to centre and bus stop at the door if the hill looks a little daunting on the way home. On a main, with off road parking, but quiet at night. Good fast internet, helpful staff, comfortable bed, a good lounge so that I have somewhere to sit and tap away on the blog while the traveling companion can sleep in peace. Good breakfast, what more could one want without going overboard on price or frills
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We were told that there are two counties in England with no Motorway running through any part of it – and Dorset is one of those counties. There are only 2 dual carriageways (four-lane roads) in the county. I think we can verify these statistics, as we spent most of today meandering through Dorset on very little – dare I say- TINY roads!
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... to the station. Having had some stomach troubles the night before, I didn't want to think about the bag of M&Ms so I gave them to Tito thinking probably needed them a lot more than I did. I left the hostel at 7am, giving plenty of time to get to Waterloo station for my train at 9.20am. I was at the station just after 8am so I grabbed a toasted bagel with honey and a cup of tea and sat in one of the few areas you could sit at the station. I put my bagel and tea on the floor while ...
... we did that. As for the museum, we just couldn't go. You can't pay individually for an attraction, if you want to see one you have to pay for them all and that, my friends, is ****.
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... the less. To think that it was built 5,000 years ago and still has much of it standing is quite mind boggleing. We went a couple of days before the summer solstice when it a mass of people come to watch the sun rise. The paddocks all arround were set up in anticipation for the thousands of people that would attend from the next day to see what happens. A bit weird really as the last ...