St. Leonard's Farmhouse

Wimborne Road, Blandford Forum, Dorset, England, DT11 7SB, United Kingdom | B&B
 

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The Jurassic Coast

A travel blog entry by jo.kidd2

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... names!! What a little gem this place is. Firstly is the little village of Lulworth which was so quaint but we couldn't stop as the streets were too narrow and once again there is nowhere to park a campervan but I'm sure we will go back there tomorrow. Then we drove up through the caravan park where we are staying tonight to get to a large parking area from where you can out onto the cliffs and look down into the ...

Sun, Picnics, Trains and the Somerset levels

A travel blog entry by ashbysontour

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... Wales. After a few photos and a coffee we headed over the Severn Bridge back to England. The afternoon was long but the sun shone We headed down another long hill down to Wells and met up with Steve's family .From there we set off for the last 10mile push along the levels to Glastonbury . James : I have very little to say on this particular blog other than I admire the high esteem in which Elaine holds her husband........see ...

Dorchester to Musbury 40m. 64k

A travel blog entry by sallyj22

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... I invested in new brakes. Spillers Farm, the B&B for the night was a short way along the main road. The owners, Bridget and Keith, had moved from London to run the 13acre farm and are self sufficient in fruit and veg, also from the sheep, chickens and Gloucester Old Spot pigs--no pigs there at present. They make their own sausages, etc and are probably influenced by the nearby River Cottage of TV fame. The strong head wind and hills took their toll and I was early to ...

Hordle to Dorchester. 42m + 12m by train 66k

A travel blog entry by sallyj22

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... way I was going and when I told him he said Good Luck! The route was through the nature reserve and consisted of a series of sandy, stony and wet tracks, badly signed and going in all directions. I kept on meeting the same group of cyclists at junctions, also lost and consulting maps. I had to use the compass and the track eventually came out on the road after crossing an open boggy field-- all ...

Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by joallen15

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... a jumble of rocks placed about. But in reality their is a reason for every stone in the area. Some of the outer stones where Station Stones that are believed to help with the placement of the inner stones. The inner stones are lined up perfectly to coordinate with astronomical events. There are several other smaller similar structures within a few miles of the area, and are believed to be related to this site. It ...

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