Travel Blogs from Winchester, United Kingdom

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2 weeks to go, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

2 weeks to go

A travel blog entry by carenhugginson

So only 2 weeks to go before i head off for my trip. Not only do i have to pack for the trip, but i also have to pack up my life as i've know it here in the UK for the past 3 years. Beacsue straight after i finish my trip, i go to meet my father in ...

Our first campsite!, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

Our first campsite!

A travel blog entry by kandoroaming

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... the van so early in the year, we had clear blue skies and sunshine all day and arrived on our first campsite near Winchester to fabulous views across the South Downs.  A very liberating experience leaving the house behind and finally being in the van ...

Sucked into another adventure, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

Sucked into another adventure

A travel blog entry by olsenh

I find it difficult to believe that just this morning, I was doing my favorite things: eating seed cake, drinking tea, and smoking. Everything was great. Around noon, I had a most pleasant surprise: my old friends, the dwarves and Gandalf, had come for a ...

Winchester festival, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

Winchester festival

A travel blog entry by kirstyandlogan

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... stop in there to get a new one.  Luckily they had one which, fingers crossed, seems to be working! Then it was on to Winchester as a friend we met skiing was playing in a festival down there.  We used our 'Camper Stop' book for the first time ...

Oli's at home, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

Oli's at home

A travel blog entry by oligreg

Hmmm... my first entry. Just saying that I am really excited about going away for over 6 weeks next ...

September 13th - Home, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

September 13th - Home

A travel blog entry by markyt

Up at 8am, said our goodbyes and took the train to the airport. Tom, the lucky lad, was off to Sydney for a few days before going home. Despite the fact that I had been travelling over 5 months before he came out I still felt hard done by.... ...

Bramley, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

Bramley

A travel blog entry by docdavid

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... , married and buried. The quaint little church has been very well preserved. I went to the county records office in Winchester, and viewed microfiche parish records of many of my ancestors. This was possible because Keith (mum's brother, now deceased) ...

day 2 in countryside of hampshire where hurricanes, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

day 2 in countryside of hampshire where hurricanes

A travel blog entry by vidstravels

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Hi again had great day in winchester. Awake with doves cooing at 5.30 so what better than to take a walk in the country. Our village is full of choc box hoses so camera very busy down lanes snapping all the charm. Home for breakie them into Winchester for ...

A Day in Winchester, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

A Day in Winchester

A travel blog entry by fitchett

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... liver for his main.  The four of us had lots to talk about and the time flew. After lunch we all went to Winchester cathedral (5 minutes’ walk away from the hotel) and joined a tour that was just beginning.  This provided a lot of ...

Old and New, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

Old and New

A travel blog entry by 63sleeps

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... for me they are new friends but still they’ve been enormously welcoming. For two days we have been kindly hosted in Winchester by Joss (3) and Megan (6) O’Keefe and their parents Andrew (unknown) and Tam (undisclosed).  Joss is a keen ...

The Henge, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

The Henge

A travel blog entry by schwinks

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... their baby Louis who was very sweet and entertaining. We had a small tour of the gorgeous town after A fantastic brunch. We saw Winchester cathedral (and Avi serenaded us with the song) one of the more expensive boys' schools, the remains of a Roman ...

van Gatwick naar Winchester, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

van Gatwick naar Winchester

A travel blog entry by 10a

Gatwick - Horsham - Billingshurst - Midhurst - ...

A BLAST from the past, London, Winchester, Southampton, United Kingdom travel blog

A BLAST from the past

A travel blog entry by curtains21

... and we all got a kick out of the first meeting. I took Maddi to visit that lovely city I spoke of in my previous entry, Winchester, and she absolutely loved it. I personally loved the reaction she gave when I took her to a real pub, this one was quite ...

Old Basing, Winchester Cathedral & Leyton!, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

Old Basing, Winchester Cathedral & Leyton!

A travel blog entry by parto01

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... , as his headquarters, during the Seige of Basing House; also used by Queen Elizabeth I, when she travelled from London to Winchester, as her overnight "B&B" ! Since Jan's parents had sold the property many moons ago, the garden had become filled with ...

Winchester Cathedral, and Ruins!, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

Winchester Cathedral, and Ruins!

A travel blog entry by betsystrohsahl

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... superior ruins. The were comprised of the rubble remaining from the humungous manor house of a succession of Bishops of Winchester. Completely undeveloped, other that an explanatory plaque or two indicating where the pantry and the latrines had been, We ...

The Jane Austen Society AGM, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

The Jane Austen Society AGM

A travel blog entry by gillyspence

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Richard is a lifetime member of the Jane Austen Society who hold their Annual General Meeting in the grounds of the home once belonging to Austen's brother, Edward Austen Wright. This beautiful setting is along the lane from the cottage to which Jane, ...

Austen, Arthur and Alfred, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

Austen, Arthur and Alfred

A travel blog entry by luck_3

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... thrilled with the latter – the opposite of what I was expecting. We all significantly preferred Canterbury Cathedral to Winchester (except for the fact that Winchester has Jane Austen interred there and there's a statue of Joan of Arc). ...

Winchester and Farewell England, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

Winchester and Farewell England

A travel blog entry by miller-stone

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... school has been to embrace a new career as a Humanist Celebrant.  Robin is the Head French Teacher at the renowned Winchester College where he has worked for the last 7 years and occupies tied accommodation across from the College in a delightful ...

crawley, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

crawley

A travel blog entry by vidstravels

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Yah here in one piece. Long long trip but smooth and flash plane. Time is all up the wops but have arrived in Crawley and if ever there was a dream come true this is it. DIVINE tiny village beasutiful thatched houses and country lanes. Are sitting in pub ...

Winchester, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

Winchester

A travel blog entry by pandmadventures

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King Arthur's Table in Winchester, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

King Arthur's Table in Winchester

A travel blog entry by shelby.alex12

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... hierarchy and history of the Tudor dynasty and leading up to the Jacobean era. After a brief lecture we grabbed our train to Winchester for some more teachings. Once we arrived, we took a tour of the council building holding Arthur's round table ( which ...

Day one, post nap., Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

Day one, post nap.

A travel blog entry by erinontheroad

... The room is warm and welcoming, with rich colours and wood panels. Many of the tables are old school desks from Winchester College, a posh boys school nearby. The walls are covered in framed documents and historical bits and pieces, the ceiling lined ...

Waiting, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

Waiting

A travel blog entry by alexanddave

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We're entering our 3rd month back in the UK. There's been lots of good times so far- Cornish cliffs, beautiful Bath, Bushcraft festie, the Bentley woodfair coming up aswell as getting all archeological on our ass's visiting the hill forts of Hampshire. ...

Winchester and whingeing., Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

Winchester and whingeing.

A travel blog entry by erinontheroad

... with lounging tweens at all times during day light hours. Legend has it that anyone who sits on the Buttercross will stay in Winchester forever, though it's hard to tell whether this fate is doomed or promised. I can only hope that they ride their fate ...

Stockbridge, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

Stockbridge

A travel blog entry by wondalgajones

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1. Left London 2. Caught train 3. Picked up hire car 4. Drove to Stockbridge 5. Met up with friends and stayed with them for evening 6. While with them we bought lollies from a sweet shop, fed fish from a river and the fish were massive. 7. Had dinner at ...

Tony's House, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

Tony's House

A travel blog entry by jonathaninasia

Tony's ...

It starts..., Hampshire, United Kingdom travel blog

It starts...

A travel blog entry by kdog87

So having stayed up until 2am packing and completing all the standard Pre holiday checks, then still thinking you've forgotten something, which you can buy on holiday anyway... I went to bed safe in the knowledge that my suitcase weighed 14.7kg. 5.3 ...

And home sweet home, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

And home sweet home

A travel blog entry by ian_c

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And so the journey ends for another year ...

The sun is out!!, Odiham, Hook, United Kingdom travel blog

The sun is out!!

A travel blog entry by eb_in_the_eu

Welcome back to the next episode of the life and times of a silly blonde, Starring Emma Brooksbank with guest star Emma Brooksbank brought to you by Emma Brooksbank. Ok enough of that crap. The weather here at the moment is beautiful, I don't want to ...

The Green Womans' Smile, Winchester, United Kingdom travel blog

The Green Womans' Smile

A travel blog entry by machinegunbang

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 Hampshire wasn't my ...

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