Herston Caravan & Camp Site
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... in the pristine waters of the river, we had a look at Wimborne St Giles and had our lunch overlooking the church and almshouses. We reached Cranborne before our bags arrived. La Fosse is a smart lace with a gourmet restaurant-- the menu priced well out of our reach. We bought food for dinner at the village store after a visit to the garden centre up the ...
We had breakfast at 8oc--the dining room was somewhat musty and every surface was full of clutter. Apparently Joyce was a car boot sale addict and the whole house was bulging with her purchases. John was in charge at breakfast , doing all the cooking and serving. There was no sign of Joyce --perhaps there was a boot sale on !! We walked back through the village and uphill over farmland and woods to Tarrant Gunville, then through Chettle and on ...
... the road for the last part of the route, to Pimperne. There was very little on the shelves at the Village Shop. I had a coffee there before we started looking for The Old Bakery which was not at the place indicated in the book. We were hailed by John from the B&B on his bike and he took us back to the house to show us our ...
20c today. Great breakfast at B&B then got the bus to Bournemouth. £3 each return is less than parking costs. This place is huge. We visited the beach area that has a jetty cost £1 each to walk on it, a flying fox from the end of the pier to the beach an amusement park and beach boxes that people have coffee making. BBQ gas stoves and table n ...
... On the far side we found a gate and thankfully emerged scratched, stung and covered in black pollen into a farm track. It proved to be the wrong gate, but we were not game to do battle again, so we followed the lane down to the road and walked along it to Milton Abbas, not too far away. Milton Abbas is a pretty village, with nearly all thatched houses. It was busy with a cycle ride having a refreshment stop at the church. We enjoyed a shandy at the Hambro Arms, sitting in ...