Travel Blogs from Salisbury, United Kingdom

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Off to a great start, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Off to a great start

A travel blog entry by frankenichols

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... the sim cards to have data/phone coverage.  For those that have no idea what I just said, the story continues..... Here. Salisbury Cathedral was built in the 13th century.  I tried to image what it felt like to walk into this structure in the ...

Surprising Stonehenge, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Surprising Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by woodsfamily

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From Dad From all accounts, Stonehenge was supposed to be an underwhelming experience.  I found it very interesting and a well-organised attraction. I am now sold on the idea of audio guides for attractions. They let you progress at an orderly and ...

Salisbury, Moments of Enlightenment, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury, Moments of Enlightenment

A travel blog entry by pura.vida

As one photography enthusiast possible to another I learned something very important this early leg of the trip. Regretably I felt the pressing urge to format my camera and or memory card. No it could'nt be, did I really, did I really just delete all my ...

Olympic torch handover event, Salisbury,  United Kingdom travel blog

Olympic torch handover event

A travel blog entry by willpotts

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Working with Production Plus for two days on an event that headlines Bjorne ...

Stonehenge Rocks, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge Rocks

A travel blog entry by torial

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Salisbury is a lovely town, having Stonehenge and the Salisbury cathedral makes it a popular tourist spot. The White Hart is a great hotel, with a bit of period charm rather than bland functionality of some other hotels in the Mercure chain. Stonehenge ...

Hooning in a Motorhome, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Hooning in a Motorhome

A travel blog entry by dlj

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... the motorhome (“campervan” in Australian). From there we had our first experience of the English Motorway as we drove to Salisbury in the south-east. Taking that wide vehicle through some of those village roads was a tad scary – there is ...

Thanks for the memories, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Thanks for the memories

A travel blog entry by trusselltrust

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So we survived the long and exceptionally tedious journey home. I know that while each of us is glad to finally reach home, our hearts are still very much in Bulgaria with the kids we have gotten to know and love. We certainly will never forget ...

Stonehenge Visit, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge Visit

A travel blog entry by heymann

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We headed straight from London-Heathrow to Stonehenge. Our first order of business was a nap on the well-manicured lawn adjacent to the standing stones, since we had only slept a collective two hours on the plane. It was a GREAT nap, which was probably ...

The Mystery of Stonehenge, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

The Mystery of Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by jared_wilson

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... some pretty nice countryside. Enjoyed a nice relaxing day and about. The weather was a little warmer which helped. We visited Salisbury Cathederal which has the largest Spire in England. Then we visited Old Sarum - an ancient castle and cathederal - ...

An old city in the Sun, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

An old city in the Sun

A travel blog entry by allangraham

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... .  Some runners were wearing century of marathons - hope that was not 100 marathons as that would be a mighty effort    Salisbury cathedral seemed very big from the outside and was very impressive.  It was so big that I was not able to ...

Day 8 - Caerphilly/Bath/Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Day 8 - Caerphilly/Bath/Salisbury

A travel blog entry by jamieric

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... Britain. We left and drove to Bath and went to the ancient Roman Baths.  We took the tour and then had dinner ath the Crystal Palace where we enjoyed Shepherd's Pie.  We then drove to Salisbury and the "Old Bell Inn", which is over 400 years ...

Day 101 - STONEHENGE, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Day 101 - STONEHENGE

A travel blog entry by kiwiholly

We boarded the bus this morning for Salisbury where we were staying with friends of mine, Udo and Leighanne Fuehrer, who had moved out to England 18 months ago. Salisbury is quite close to the famous Stonehenge, and on arrival Leighanne packed us into the ...

Stonehenge, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by maccasworldtour

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... 5,000 years old. Not bad for a bunch of rocks. After I dropped Aaron and Sally off at Southampton, I drove back upto Salisbury. Salisbury was actually a nice town. In the middle of town was a huge chapel with a whole heap of old buildings surrounding ...

Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury Cathedral

A travel blog entry by oreydc

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Roast Beef, Wine, and a Great Big Sign, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Roast Beef, Wine, and a Great Big Sign

A travel blog entry by jbakermwdi

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... were built before electricity and indoor plumbing were invented. The kids were mesmerized by the stories he told about growing up in Salisbury – especially during World War II when the US military was based here. He told us he and his friends loved ...

Friday April 19, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Friday April 19

A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013

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... up a VW Golf and drove down to Salisbury. It was easy driving and the apple map GPS guided us perfectly. Devizes Inn B&B in Salisbury is an historic little inn with a couple of intimate bar rooms for the locals on the ground floor. Had an amazing ...

A caravan has been purchased, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

A caravan has been purchased

A travel blog entry by mermaid_puffbal

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A Coachman Pastiche 545/4.  We liked the fixed island bed layout and it just felt like home.  Sadly, we drove away and left it to be serviced and also to have a motor mover and solar panels fitted.  We had to leave it anyway, no tow car ...

Stonehenge, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by nadiadube

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I realized my greatest dream, I finally visited Stonehenge. I don't have a word to describe how I was. Very nice moment!!!! The try of my life. The 5 hours of tren was obligatory, but to go to Stonehenge, I would have done anything. Bye Bye ...

Final day of touring, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Final day of touring

A travel blog entry by stevendmartin

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Wanted to do a wandering day in the south west direction.  Wanted to end up on the coast somewhere down there but only got as far as Salisbury.  Nice day, still windy, beautiful ...

Visiting the Queen and the Mysterious Stones, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Visiting the Queen and the Mysterious Stones

A travel blog entry by dougherna

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We decided to drive up to Windsor Castle to visit the Queen, or something like that, except she wasn't there, but we still got to see the castle. The castle is quite large and is set sort of in a square shape with the courtyard in the center. Two very ...

1st Visit Day Two, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

1st Visit Day Two

A travel blog entry by jcmatheny

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... made that help us to know more about the place we now know as Stonehenge. From Stonehenge, we ventured across the Salisbury Plains.  This area is heavily populated by the military including an experimental aircraft facility.  Across the terrain, ...

La Odisea del Stonehenge, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

La Odisea del Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by ragod

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... Asi que cogeremos un bus a Amesbury y haí ya veremos. Mientras esperamos que salga el bus vamos a ver la catedrá de Salisbury, la catedrál más alta de toda Inglaterra, con una altura de 123 metros. Impresionante. Paseamos por sus jardines y nos ...

Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury Cathedral

A travel blog entry by emmaeuropean

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... "bunkers of God". Used to describe the low to the ground cement block churches spanning the whole of the United States. Compared to them, the Salisbury Cathedral is a colossus.  After this we walked around the town which is apparently not the cutest ...

Stonehenge Rocks, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge Rocks

A travel blog entry by dvitt

... Frühstück. Die Leute im Cricket Field House sind sehr freundlich und das Frühstück ist so richtig englisch. Salisbury wurde im 13. Jhd neu errichtet weil der alte Ort "Old Sarum" zu eng wurde und es dort kein Wasser gab. Also sind wir ...

Door view 8 Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Door view 8 Salisbury

A travel blog entry by mercs57

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... building and staff. The White Swan. Arrived at 1.00pm allowed to checkin, and then headed off for some roadside lunch and into Salisbury for a look. Yep not much but dome good character. Dinner in was great and the include breakfast was good also. Off to ...

Salisbury, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Salisbury

A travel blog entry by jakin

Salisbury ...

Bath & Stonehenge, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Bath & Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by bryce_terri

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... there. Still absolutely worth a visit! Last on our trip before heading back to Heathrow to drop the car off was the city of Salisbury, just one main attraction – the cathedral. With the highest spire of any in the UK it was quite a sight to ...

I can't believe this holiday is nearly over, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

I can't believe this holiday is nearly over

A travel blog entry by kpaldcroft

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... to have listened to the audio tour, but it wouldn’t have been much fun in the rain. Our last stop for the day was Salisbury, famous for its Cathedral and the place where one of the remaining copies of the Magna Carta is kept. When we arrived it was ...

Wild Camping, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Wild Camping

A travel blog entry by barryandmaja

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Jez, Baz, Matt, Dave and ...

Stonehenge, Salisbury, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by guruchas

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We drove here to visit Stonehenge. Stonehenge is a big pile of rocks that have been stacked on top of each other. Nobody knows how they were put that way because they are very ...

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