Travel Blogs from Salisbury, United Kingdom

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Stonehenge, Salisbury, and Breamore House, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge, Salisbury, and Breamore House

A travel blog entry by zimmel08

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... , which makes sense but I never even thought of! As we continued on our excursion we headed about 20 minutes down that road to Salisbury which is an old city with a lovely cathedral from the 1200s. It is a huge cathedral which really makes the city even ...

The Real Beginning, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

The Real Beginning

A travel blog entry by cookecarl

... doing better planning on the events I volunteered at during the Festival.  The time between them required me to spend more time in Salisbury than ever before.  There was really no need to wait for a special order tire, which if I had paid more ...

Chillax man......., Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Chillax man.......

A travel blog entry by kartman

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... the forestry rangers were worried we were lost and pulled up to help. Even stranger is that the roads are used to get from Downton to Salisbury and are quite busy. Missed a turn on the way home and ended up somewhere where most of us (well 50% of us at ...

Salisbury and Stonehenge, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury and Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by ajamesnavratil

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... wasn't at the crossroads of two major highways and packed with hundreds of tourists. But it wasn't all that spectacular. Salisbury a medium-sized city known primarily for its cathedral. Salisbury Cathedral has the tallest spire of any church in ...

Stonehenge, Sarum & Music, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge, Sarum & Music

A travel blog entry by nancya

... cement. We are on a high point of land and can look down the valley to the spire and we head off walking to Salisbury. We head for the cathedral and enter as a choir is practicing for a performance of the Requiem. This gothic cathedral is magnificent ...

Catch-up day in Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Catch-up day in Salisbury

A travel blog entry by nancya

Today is a day for Dad to do some work and I will do some exploring, hoping not to get too lost! Weather is improving sunny but cold winds, optimistic for the next few days. Did get lost but found my way home! We have a pub dinner in a pub built in the ...

Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury

A travel blog entry by brunelfran

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Petite halte à Salisbury pour nous restaurer et approcher la cathédrale. Superbe cloître, mais entrée de la cathédrale très chère. Nous préférons poursuivre notre route vers Stonehenge. ...

Stonehenge & Castle Combe, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge & Castle Combe

A travel blog entry by jacinta81

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A quick trip to Stonehenge followed by a wayward roadtrip in search of more white horses. We gave up & went to check out Castle Combe instead. A tiny village in the middle of bushland where Dr Doo Little was ...

Stonehenge Rocks!, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge Rocks!

A travel blog entry by cnb

Breakfast in Hastings was great fun again, and I asked Sharon Yoshida what it was like, meeting Michael Kitchen, as there is a photo of them together during a filming a few years back. She confirmed that he was "friendly, gorgeous, and not full of ...

Squares and Circles, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Squares and Circles

A travel blog entry by dlj

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... bread to the ducks and swans in the Avon river - just near the “Do not Feed the Birds” signs. River? - Hah! Salisbury is at the meeting of five (or maybe seven) rivers, but the little stream near the shopping area is certainly not a river by ...

Stonehenge and Salisbury!, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge and Salisbury!

A travel blog entry by alyssawhitworth

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I went on a school trip to Stonehenge and Salisbury!!  I woke up very verrry early (it was around 7:30!!) and I took a charter bus with many of my fellow students up to Stonehenge and then to the town of Salisbury.  Stonehenge was amazing. ...

Stonehenge & Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge & Salisbury

A travel blog entry by ulka

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... located in the English county of Wiltshire, about 3.2 kilometres (2.0 mi) west of Amesbury and 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) north of Salisbury. One of the most famous prehistoric sites in the world dating back to approximately 2200 BC  - Word Heritage ...

Train to Salisbury and Stonehenge, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Train to Salisbury and Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by ginztrips

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... of Stonehenge, the bus dropped us off in the city of Salisbury where we walked the streets of this quaint town. Went to the Salisbury Cathedral to visit our ancestor Lord John Cheney and the Magna Carta. Arrived back in Fleet in time for Tea at Deni's ...

South of England, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

South of England

A travel blog entry by apopples

Although our base for this final week was Salisbury, it was a whirlwind of trips to Winchester and the surrounding areas to catch up with family and friends. I managed to seek out everyone I wanted to see and caught up with people I haven't seen for ...

The Rockin' Weekend, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

The Rockin' Weekend

A travel blog entry by the.waitrix

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... visit: Bath, Cardiff, and Stonehenge. I decided that Stonehenge was the most important to me. I hopped on the next train to Salisbury, the closest town (with a train statio) to Stonehenge, which is set a few miles out in the middle of empty plains. I had ...

Stonehenge!, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge!

A travel blog entry by aren_mallary

... & chips. We went to a candy shop, picked up some toffee for Aren, chocolate/fudge/oat/praline clusters for me. I toured Salisbury Cathedral (only had enough cash for 1 person to tour, didn't expect to need anything but credit cards). It was pretty but ...

Stonehenge, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by gregd999

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... horses constructed out of stone in paddocks scattered around the county, and we chanced upon one of them. Also traveled across the Salisbury Plains Artillery Range, and although firing had stopped for the day, the signs were still about. Tea back at the ...

Tour of Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Tour of Salisbury Cathedral

A travel blog entry by ahamill

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Ike and I took a tour - it was surprisingly fun! A bus took us everywhere and we had a nice tour guide to solve all our problems for us. we sat in the back of the bus cause we're the cool ...

Sal is bury good, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Sal is bury good

A travel blog entry by the_cools

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... church, apart from the Magna Carta. No photos of course, but it was great to see a little piece of history! Bidding farewell from Salisbury, we headed up to Stonehenge. As soon as we hopped out the car we were frozen to the bone by the icy winds. ...

A place I've always wanted to go.... :), Stonehenge, Abbey Square, Amesbury, Amesbury, Salisbury SP4 , United Kingdom travel blog

A place I've always wanted to go.... :)

A travel blog entry by jen.samson

I got so excited as we saw the big rocks of Stonehenge appear in front of us, got out of the spaceship to a cold cold wind and rain :( didn't go in as it was 8pound per person and we are on a tight budget, over all it Ment more to me than rocks in a ...

Stone Henge, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stone Henge

A travel blog entry by rothschilddebra

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... by magic to the shore of the sea, then floated them on rafts across to Britain and set them up on the plain near Salisbury. It has been suggested that this story may contain a distant memory of the method by which the ancient blue-stones, quarried in the ...

The family history trail begins, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

The family history trail begins

A travel blog entry by sleepydwarf

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... Cathedral, so instead of catching a taxi back to Stonehenge and getting back on the bus, we caught a local bus directly there. Salisbury is a beautiful medieval city with a population of about 40,000. The first cathedral was built at Old Sarum in 1092, ...

9. Salisbury - no steak here!, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

9. Salisbury - no steak here!

A travel blog entry by flyrina

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... you will see a giant spire from miles away beckoning you towards it like a siren. The spire sitting on top of the Salisbury Cathedral is the tallest in the land and the magnificent cathedral towers above the city as one of most impressive churches I've ...

Stonehenge, Wiltshire, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by nicolewang

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Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury Cathedral

A travel blog entry by diastole

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Getting loaded, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Getting loaded

A travel blog entry by trusselltrust

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... thank you for all you help ladies and gents, girls and boys. More than 40 schools supported the appeal. From Salisbury, Bournemouth, Newbury, Chandlers Ford, New Forest and South Wales- school children far and wide have gotten involved in a big ...

Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury

A travel blog entry by stumblebum

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... cabinet. We emerged back into bright sunshine and wandered around a few shops on our way back to the car. The Market Inn on Butcher's Row in front of the market square beckoned us in for refreshment. Salisbury is a great old city and well worth a ...

Swingin' through Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Swingin' through Salisbury

A travel blog entry by schultz

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... our tour. But when hit the station in Salisbury, were ushered into taxis and soon was standing face to face with the beautiful Salisbury Cathedral. We took a very quick tour of the cathedral, since we had a tea time appointment at 3:30 and it was already ...

Dr. Who Exhibition, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Dr. Who Exhibition

A travel blog entry by barblucas

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... maniacs, so fast and close together and what is with the hooting everyone?! Lucky again as no hold ups and safe arrival in Salisbury with time to go through the tallest Cathedral in Britain and look at the Magna Carta.....what was that again? Love it ...

On the wrong side of the road, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

On the wrong side of the road

A travel blog entry by pegannon

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... wine we go to the Abbey. We've arrived just in time to take the tour up the tower. No way I could have done this in Salisbury but here I'm ok. Well, the wine certainly helped and Chris & Ryan really wanted to go. And the distraction of one of the most ...

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