Tiffany B&B

Address: 31 Chine Crescent, Bournemouth, Dorset, England, SP1 3AW, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 31 Chine Crescent, Bournemouth, is near Bournemouth Beach, Oceanarium, Hengistbury Head, and De Vere Royal Bath Hotel Spa.
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Travel Blogs from Bournemouth

Burnie. Tasmania

A travel blog entry by jane49 on Mar 04, 2015

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... were very good. We then had lunch at the edge of the national park. There was a photo exhibition which was amazing, showing the natural world in all its glory. During our trip into the park we were lucky enough to see wild wallabies, wombats and a porcupine, it was a very good trip. The weather was iffy, we needed brollys and waterproofs, but soon dried off. Our return to the mainland was again bumpy, but not too ...

Melbourne the city of trams.

A travel blog entry by jane49 on Mar 04, 2015

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... back packers building that we were going to otherwise David would have gone into business selling mode. The guy wasn't too happy with us going there until we told him why we were going. It was actually a travel agents where we were meeting underneath the backpackers. Within ten minutes of getting there, we were invaded by an entertainments officer, dancers, singers, and P&O crew. ...

Tauranga New Zealand

A travel blog entry by jane49 on Feb 28, 2015

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... good system. We next went for lunch.......but we really must read the descriptions of the trips in more detail, we had to use a cable car...not our favourite mode of transport, but I must say it was worth it when we got there, the view was beautiful. After lunch we went to a sheep sheering demonstration, I must admit, we were not too bothered about this, but it was really good and very entertaining . As you can see in the photo we were shown all ...

Historic Southampton

A travel blog entry by grantohana12 on Jan 04, 2013

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... up Bugle street to the Tudor house.
The oldest aspect of the house is known as King Johns Palace circa 1348 owned by a wealthy merchant. The current house joined King Johns Palace and several desperate buildings into the current singular building in the early 16th century. There is a lovely garden out back a symmetrical knot design with pathways and in the summer decorated with flowers and herbs. Different ...

The Lord of the Dance

A travel blog entry by thejohnston5 on Dec 30, 2011

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... we saw Faulty Towers playing on the communal tv downstairs. A broken heater in the kids room plus mattresses that would leave bed spring imprints on your back but the breaking point came when Peter turned on the hot water tap for a shower and all that would come out was brown water with large pieces of rust sediment which never ran clear. We strategised to find a new hotel for our second night and ...