Town Hall Lodge B&B
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We are leaving Salisbury a day early as there are so many things we want to see between here and Plymouth. We will take 2 days so we can do as much as possible
Salisbury has been different from Kent. We are in a bigger city and have a great walking path into town. The pubs are more expensive and not as good but do have wifi which our …
... to enter to 'actual' experience so we had a bit of look at the exhibits in the foyer. We deliberately did not watched the TV screen as it was playing the most recent Christmas Special they we hadn't seen (we were in Paris at Christmas climbing the Eiffel Tower). The 'experience' turned out to be a mini-adventure with the latest Doctor on video in a number of chambers, including the Tardis, interacting with the 'museum curator', the audience and our ...
... poor communications, access to the internet is intermittent (more off than on) and there is no phone signal on the site. So it was that on Friday I found myself standing in the strong wind, in a field, on top of a nearby hill ringing the motorhome garage to see if they had returned from holiday. Joy - they were back at work and I have booked the van in for next Wednesday. I then decided to bite the bullet and organise my travel insurance and european ...
... the 50s with collections of stuff going back even earlier in there piled up. It reminded me of an older version of Pop's shed! We then went to take a peek at the manor house, the front half of which is open to the public and has been restored to as it was in the Victorian Era at Christmas time, and the back of which is still home to Lord Montagu and his family. There were maids and butlers and a free glass of warm fruit punch. I could live in that house very, very easily. ...
... was very strong and at times we had to brace with our walking poles to keep standing. It was a good thing that the wind was blowing onshore with the distance between the fence and the cliff edge being as little as 2-3 metres in some places. We finally arrived at Durdle Dor where the crowds were large. After the obligatory photos, it was uphill again and then downhill over ...