Travel Blogs from Salisbury, United Kingdom

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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? ...

Back Through the Ages, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Back Through the Ages

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

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... 1220 the army and the clergy were not getting along (the army had control over the only well) and a new cathedral was started in Salisbury.   By the 17th century the castle was demolished.  Now it is a ruin but English Heritage has a lot of ...

StoneHenge, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

StoneHenge

A travel blog entry by padalecki

Day trip to StoneHenge on the Brit rail ...

No more alcohol and food, please ! -Caroline, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

No more alcohol and food, please ! -Caroline

A travel blog entry by wrightsofnapier

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... with too much culture and exercise so far. But before they had their fun we maanged to slip in a bit more culture with Salisbury and Stonehenge thrown in on the way. Salisbury's cathedral is amazing as is the town then onto Stonehenge, which we have ...

Salisbury, Stonehenge and Shaftesbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury, Stonehenge and Shaftesbury

A travel blog entry by richardsandra

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... but fine day with the chance of showers. The main thing is that it is not raining. Went for a walk to find breakfast but Salisbury was closed- no cafes open - so forced back to the hotel to eat. Stonehenge was the first destination today. It was also ...

London to Salisbury, via Windsor, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

London to Salisbury, via Windsor

A travel blog entry by richardsandra

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... finding a bottle shop took in the atmosphere. I really liked what I saw and am looking to exploring further tomorrow, especially the Salisbury Cathedral which is very close to our hotel. Rain drove us indoors but it didn't last very long. I am sure there ...

Being an account of perpetual picnicking..., Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Being an account of perpetual picnicking...

A travel blog entry by alexandsonia

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... have never seen girls that looked like snails or something. The weird looks we've been getting are neverending. We're camping near Salisbury, and I've got to say it makes hauling around a tent worth it. Hot water for showers, dishwashing facilities, an ...

Stone henge (Nicky), Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stone henge (Nicky)

A travel blog entry by wrightsofnapier

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Today we went to stone henge. They had these phone things when you type in the number about the thing you want to hear about and it play it to you through audio. It was so ...

Home of the steak or something, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Home of the steak or something

A travel blog entry by beautiful_freak

So this is Salisbury. I see no steaks as I walk around the city. Perhaps that is why this city is not know for steaks but for Stonehenge. I am currently staying in a 18th century mansion type house that I'm sure I could not afford if it wasn't a hostel. ...

Longleat safari park (Oliver), Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Longleat safari park (Oliver)

A travel blog entry by wrightsofnapier

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... and two simulators. The hedge maze is the UK's largest hedge maze. Firstly, when we got there, we went to the animal kingdom. There were really cool animals like meerkats and sloths. We also walked through a chipmunk zone! We then rushed to the safari ...

A Woodhenge, A Stonehenge and A Bath, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

A Woodhenge, A Stonehenge and A Bath

A travel blog entry by sandysteffens

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THE HENGES: Noah had booked Pat Shelley of "Salisbury Stonehenge Guided Tours" to take us on a tour of Stonehenge, and boy were we in for a treat. Pat picked us up at our hotel bright and early in the morning, and as soon as we were in the car the tour ...

Stone hendge, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stone hendge

A travel blog entry by wrightsofnapier

When we were at stone henge We had audio guides. Stone henge is a very special circle of stones like the stuff on movies. The audio guide just tells you about the place when you are walking on the pathway. The stone henge is quite big and there are lots ...

A quaint English city with a beautiful park!, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

A quaint English city with a beautiful park!

A travel blog entry by lynandsteve

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Another beautiful day in England! A drive to Salisbury through the English countryside gave us lots of time to view more of the area the Platts live in. Past delightful thatched cottages, canals with lazy travelers stopped for a rest and more rolling ...

Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury Cathedral

A travel blog entry by jafael

The Chapter House of the Salisbury Cathedral houses an original copy of the Magna Carta. Written in tiny print on a large single sheet of vellum, it is an impressive document. Outside in the courtyard of the cloisters stands a pair of massive cedar trees ...

Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury

A travel blog entry by jkloewen

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... full day there was spent taken on a tour of the city by Jack, James, and Annie. Jack is like a walking Salisbury encyclopedia, explaining different facts about old Roman walls, the oldest cinema in England, and where different old fashioned markets used ...

Stonehenge, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by katiephelps

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... some glimpses of sunshine while there.    In addition to Stonehenge, there are lots of other "prehistoric" sites in Salisbury and surrounding areas.  Dingbat tour guide pointed out lots of burial mounds and told us where we could go to see ...

Stonehenge and the poppy fields, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge and the poppy fields

A travel blog entry by puffinspotting

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Stonehenge had a feel of greatness to it. There were druids and other costumed folk come to pay homage to the ancient stones and the lines to enter were ridiculous. More impressive for me were the fields ablaze in red from the poppies that were ...

Three nights in Salisbury, Wiltshire, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Three nights in Salisbury, Wiltshire

A travel blog entry by terryboo

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... a half hour drive north of Salisbury. It  includes dressing up in period costume, dancing and a short ceremony at Salisbury Cathedral, a parade through the small village of Great Wishford, a VIP lunch, a fair filled with booths and amusements for ...

R&B - The Union, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

R&B - The Union

A travel blog entry by georgegoode

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... . Trafalgar Park is miles away from everywhere, but Rachel’s parents live in a quiet, leafy, quaint English street in Salisbury, which was overrun by the London Massive (both black and white). A total sensory overload as the neighbours were not only ...

The Wheels on the Bus (Go Round and Round), Salisbury Plain, United Kingdom travel blog

The Wheels on the Bus (Go Round and Round)

A travel blog entry by ktmr

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I was not sure if Stonehenge would be worth visiting but I was pleasantly surprised.  We took a bus tour of Stonehenge, Avebury  Stone Circles, Lacock Village and Castle Combe.   We had a tour guide named Nick who was from Bath.  He ...

Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury

A travel blog entry by jafael

Salisbury, England is a small English town with creaking store signs hanging over the sidewalks, and stone and timbered buildings lining the streets. We stayed at a lovely bed and breakfast, the Old Bakery, just walking distance from the market square. We ...

Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury

A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy

A stopover to visit ...

Salisbury via Stonehenge, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury via Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by leisa-stephen-b

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... . How on earth did they build it (and who were they?) and why did they build it? Another amazing experience.  Then onto Salisbury, only 8 miles down the road.  It is a medieval town and we are staying in the oldest purpose built inn in the ...

Lunch with Uncle Alf & then on to Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Lunch with Uncle Alf & then on to Salisbury

A travel blog entry by hilaryramsey

... had Duck a l’Orange. Uncle Alf has a silver Rover which is a beautiful car. Then left and drove straight through to Salisbury. Lovely countryside with little villages. Arrived Salisbury 6 pm and it was dark. Found B & B place near Cathedral in ...

3,882 Christmas Boxes hit the road..., Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

3,882 Christmas Boxes hit the road...

A travel blog entry by trusselltrust

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Today several Trussell Trust staff and volunteers have bruised upper arms from loading hundreds of boxes filled with a reocrd breaking 3800+ Christmas Shoeboxes onto a rather large lorry... The bruises were worth it to see the lorry pull away and begin ...

Bruce learns how to drive the motorhome!, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Bruce learns how to drive the motorhome!

A travel blog entry by bruce_n_ros

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Tuesday 12th 2010 – Ridgmont to Salisbury, (Overcast, mild, fine later) Wow – we must have been tired!! We didn't surface till after 8.30am; we had slept for 12 hours straight!!  We are feeling really rested this morning ready for ...

Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury

A travel blog entry by pandmadventures

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1000 years of history and 4500 years too, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

1000 years of history and 4500 years too

A travel blog entry by allangraham

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... guys that turned up at the same time as us in their cars were going in.   The big surprise when we got back to Salisbury after being at Stonehenge & Old Sarum was that there were no coffees to be had on the way home had to go to three different ...

A Wonder in a Day, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

A Wonder in a Day

A travel blog entry by tilazway

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... the local bar, I quickly boarded the bus, climbed my way to the second story, and listened to all sorts of information about Salisbury and Stonehenge that I already don't remember. We got to the sight in early evening, picked up a headset that told me a ...

Stonehenge, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by steveandkat

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Our next stop was a small town called Salisbury. We were unable to find a host in this town so we stayed at a youth hostel. There really isn't much to do in Salisbury, the only reason why we came here was to visit Stonehenge. The first day we stayed ...

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