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Travel Blogs from Salisbury
We left the Isle of Wight and headed and arvived in Salisbury and stopped in at PC World and brought a processor and checked out stonehedge and are going to spend the night at the Sedgehill House and are heading off tommorow to London
... was, “where’s next”? Travelling had become what Russell and I did and I was struggling with the concept that it really was time to get back to work and go our separate ways in the week again.
Russell had a fairly predictable route back into work given that he had been speaking to a potential employer throughout our travels so aside from the final hurdles it was a pretty
straightforward return to work. I ...
... first time I have driven in about a month and a half, so I was really looking forward with it. Sadly I was saddled with a gutless Vauxhall of some variety which didn’t exactly inspire driving pleasure. Nonetheless we drove some nice roads through the countryside (in which I do not include the hideous M4 motorway) to Blenheim Palace. This is famous as the birthplace and childhood home of Winston Churchill and home to the current Duke ...
... from the car , some were ruins, some more substantial.
We got to Bath at about 7pm, booked in then thought we should quickly get into town for a look and a meal.
The next morning the B +B owner said we could leave the car while we ventured back into the old Town for a more serious look around.
The Highlight is the ancient Roman Baths....the whole experience is fantastic, not only do you see the ruins but there ...
... had been chopped off...anyway, this location was very important as an English stronghold and many wars were fought here, including the Civil War which saw the final destruction of the castle. After the castle was destroyed, yet again, Henry Cavendish, 2nd Duke of New Castle built a mansion here between 1674 and 1679. He never lived here, way too windy, and the building sat empty for years. In 1875 it was turned into a museum, which is what it is today. Next stop - London town!!!