Travel Blogs from Salisbury, United Kingdom

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Mad Panic, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Mad Panic

A travel blog entry by sarahgapyear

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Just a fleeting entry. all is going well, sortof. tried to pack my rucksack and turns out nothing fitted into it! AHH!! So we had a mad run down to Cotswold to buy something double the size and now it all fits in nicely (except its over the weight ...

October 4, 2007, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

October 4, 2007

A travel blog entry by manofmayo

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... ." The museum really isn't worth the price of admission, but to see the architecture of the building and the cloisters were. Headed south to Salisbury for the night. Staying in a B&B on the edge of town so I have quick access to ...

Stonehenge and Stourhead-October 5, 2007, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge and Stourhead-October 5, 2007

A travel blog entry by manofmayo

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... windows, too bad we don't put that much effort into our buildings anymore. Took off around 530 to make my way back to Salisbury and got lost again.   Its like an hourly occurance...haha :) Oh yeah, by the way....the weather yesterday and ...

Moment of truth, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Moment of truth

A travel blog entry by coneicus

So after months of planning, leaving jobs, talking about it, leaving do's, moments of self doubt, goodbyes and see you laters; I'm off to the airport to start my trip. The realisation in that tommorow, I will be on the other side of the planet, still ...

Castles in the South of England, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Castles in the South of England

A travel blog entry by manofmayo

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... the Scotney Castle any better? Yeah. I still love the Scotney House though. I leave the Scotney Castle/House and head toward Salisbury were I have a room reserved. Its a long drive, over 3 hours with traffic. I took most of the route along the coast ...

The obvious, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

The obvious

A travel blog entry by cheli

... hill and moat which surrounds the spot. And then we were there. It seems rather silly to come all the way to Salisbury without at least catching a glimpse of England's most famous stones - Stonehenge. Unfortunately, as a result Barbara has seen quite ...

Today: Salisbury & Stonehenge, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Today: Salisbury & Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by silsby

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... hour and a half by train. On arrival we found the Stonehenge Tour bus, a hop on-hop off bus which travelled between Salisbury, the village of Amesbury, Stonehenge and Old Sarum - the original location of the settlement in this area. We travelled at speed ...

Today, we will be mostly watching................., Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Today, we will be mostly watching.................

A travel blog entry by mickandlisa

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Happy Birthday Mick! A few of our London friends went out for Mick's Birthday on Monday. A good night was had by all, despite being a school night. After a few after work drinks we headed to China Town for a slap up feed. A few piccies are attached. ...

Most Famous Pile of Stones, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Most Famous Pile of Stones

A travel blog entry by kitestrings

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... get up and she had bought this tuna sandwich on the way. She ate that. We took pictures of the countryside on the drive to Salisbury. We talked about tattoos: she wants to get one regarding a series of things that have impacted her life all in a theme, a ...

Stonehenge, Stonehenge, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by nelson_courts

Stonehenge ...

Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury

A travel blog entry by tomodea

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It is now what we consider summer weather – warm and sunny and a delight to be outdoors. Today we drove to Winchester for the day.  We parked in a city car park.  Our parking cost 6.00 starting when we arrived at 11:00 until the same ...

Day 4: Windsor, Chawton, & Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Day 4: Windsor, Chawton, & Salisbury

A travel blog entry by nhamulak

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... their whole world, but it’s true. I’m skipping very far ahead, but when we arrived at our Bed & Breakfast in Salisbury yesterday, the first thing the owner (Steve) asked when I told him today was our first day driving in the UK was ...

Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury

A travel blog entry by brad2512

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... either of these sites costs only 4, which is quite reasonable. The last point of interest to see in this region was Salisbury Cathedral which took 38 years to build and was completed in 1238. The cathedral was originally Catholic though was changed to ...

London Weekender, Windsor, Salisbury and Stonehenge, United Kingdom travel blog

London Weekender

A travel blog entry by rofo

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... some photos from a far (instead of paying the 7 pound entry to touch it) we then spent some time in a nearby town called Salisbury and it was a mission to search for food as no restaurants in the town served after 9pm. Luckily for us it wasn't too small ...

Stonehenge and Rain, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge and Rain

A travel blog entry by benjaminhadaway

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... was. Sparse houses with roling green grass fields and the carefully placed tree for added effect. A very beautiful countryside. Arriving in Salisbury I followed the sign to the Stonehenge tour and hoped on the bus. It cost 13 pounds for a student ...

Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury

A travel blog entry by tomodea

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... years after William) wasn’t happy with the king of the time so built another magnificent cathedral in the then little town of Salisbury. Tom, as Treasurer * 3, has a fair bit of work to do so he spent a couple of hours in the afternoon on the laptop ...

Stonehenge, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by daytempest

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Our last day in England was spent outside of London.  We booked spots on Premium Tours which is the only company the English Heritage Society has allowed to go inside the stones of Stonehenge.  Otherwise, you're forced to stay behind the ropes ...

Salisbury salve, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury salve

A travel blog entry by cheli

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... . While the street resembles Cambridge's buildings (although a bit more wood and thatch, a little less stone and cobble) I prefer Salisbury because the street seems a little wider and more open; I felt more hemmed in up north. Salisbury Cathedral was, ...

Stonehenge and Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge and Salisbury

A travel blog entry by mollyandmikeuk

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... not to destroy the cathedral at all costs, as it was used as a way finding device to bomb neighboring towns.  Salisbury was able to continue building war planes without incident because of this. Of course our trip wasn't complete until we ...

Goodbye Wales, hello again, England, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Goodbye Wales, hello again, England

A travel blog entry by kathmom

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... buying ice cream near the huge city square, where resting visitors sat and watched the busking performers. It wasn't too much further to Salisbury, our next stop. Got checked into the Sarum Heights B&B (Old Sarum, a big hill fort ca 3000 BC, just ...

Change Over, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Change Over

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

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... 8217;t have wifi so that is a challenge but the cottage is lovely, right on the river Avon and just 2 miles along the footpath to city center.  We have a view of Salisbury cathedral from the upstairs bedroom and can see Old Sarum from the front ...

Winchester, Stourhead & Wilton House, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Winchester, Stourhead & Wilton House

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

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... various troops stationed there cut the emblems of their regiments into the chalk hill side.  Sunday we head back to the Salisbury Quaker Meeting.   We found out more about their “new” building”.   It was ...

Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury

A travel blog entry by tomodea

... visit. Instead of spending most of the day there we left about 12:00 to drive to our next base, a B&B on the outskirts of Salisbury. On the way we stopped at Uffington to see its White Horse.  We saw it through the haze.  Tom took a photo ...

Last Days in Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Last Days in Salisbury

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

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Wednesday is overcast with rain forecast but we head off to Longleat.   It’s really closer to Bath than Salisbury but we will only be in Bath for a week and there’s lots to do there so we head out.   Longleat is another ...

Roman Baths, Druids, and Robin Hood, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Roman Baths, Druids, and Robin Hood

A travel blog entry by teachervagabond

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Once in Cardiff I found the Enterprise rental place and got my car. Oh, my,  Cardiff is a difficult city to drive around in...should have been a signal to me as to how difficult England would be. My daughter had traveled in France, Spain, Ireland, ...

Round in circles....., Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Round in circles.....

A travel blog entry by taylorvacation

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Saturday, even chillier, I now have retrieved my beanie and scarf from the bottom of my suitcase and off to Salisbury Cathedral we head. Enjoying the cathedral (somewhat because it's warmer inside than out) and the coffee shop before venturing on to our ...

A quick jaunt home, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

A quick jaunt home

A travel blog entry by gordonandsarah

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... we headed back from Japan to the UK and spent a manic but lovely week touring between London, Camberley, the Costa del Salisbury, Sussex and Devon trying to spend as much time as possible with friends and family, revelling in being in cooler weather ...

...Where I see rocks, stained glass and do laundry, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

...Where I see rocks, stained glass and do laundry

A travel blog entry by driverj

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... I bought postcards there for this part of the trip, but since the gift shop didn't have any cards that read "Welcome to Salisbury - IT'S FRIGGIN' COLD!", or "I VISITED STONHENGE AND ALL I GOT WAS HYPOTHERMIA", I had to settle for picture cards. Then off ...

Slowing down a little, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Slowing down a little

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

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... ;s all done in 19th century furnishings.  The best part is the ornate plaster ceiling.   Then we dropped into the Salisbury/Wiltshire Museum.  It’s fairly small and local but gave a good history of the area and the various guilds ...

Preamble, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Preamble

A travel blog entry by lfbob

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... in a week, a distance of approximately 530 miles, and in the process raise as much money as possible for the Salisbury District Hospital Stars Appeal, so have you visited our Just Giving site yet? ...

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