Mrs. P. Patton

Address: 12 Christ Church Road, Winchester, Hampshire, England, SO23 9SR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 12 Christ Church Road, Winchester, is near Winchester Cathedral, Hospital of St Cross, The Royal Green Jackets Museum, and The Gurkha Museum.
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    A travel blog entry by traveldons on Apr 20, 2015

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... set on the River Itchen where the workings of the mill are still grinding and the water churns the wheel. A delightful stroll along the river took us to the ruins of Wolvesley Castle (12C), past St Swithins chapel, into the magnificent (and Beatles famed) Winchester Cathedral, up to the Great Hall (13C) and King Arthur's round table, back to the main street and Buttercross statue where a group of guys were singing a chorus from Pirates of Penzance to promote a production -awesome! - ...

    Old Basing, Winchester Cathedral & Leyton!

    A travel blog entry by parto01 on Jul 15, 2014

    15 photos

    ... and ornate wooden carving, which separates the choir from the congregation. As a child, Jan and her parents often attended services during Christmas and Easters. When we walked into the cathedral, we were greeted by a gentleman tour guide, who suggested that we attend Christmas Carol services, when the choir sing at the back of the cathedral, and also walk around and amongst the congregation....imagining this, Jan wishes English Decembers were more like ...

    Germany 2

    A travel blog entry by floro on Apr 30, 2014

    43 photos

    ... planning the next day to visit the caves and wineries ,we didn't visit one,looking back probably jut as well , had Helen got in there I'd never get her out. Serendipity, by mistake we fell upon Soissons ,a town that initially looked a bit boring for us turned into one of the more interesting. We got a great campsite near the river Aisne and the next day came across a church with a museum which was very interesting and free then we ...

    Beer Book #2

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 03, 2014

    ... So on with Beer Book #2. We will keep it up wherever we go now. Wow, can you imagine how many labels and books we would have now had we started saving them 40 years ago???? We'd have all kinds of home brews and micro brews and probably a bunch of defunct beers as well in our books. Everyone must have a hobby and this is one of ours. He drinks the beer, I soak off the labels and past them in the book. Partnership in a marriage is a wonderful thing.

    The Rain-Hole Phenomenon

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Oct 22, 2013

    ... back for awhile this year during their rainy season and no rain again until the day after she left!
    And we are living in England, right? Damp, dreary, wet, raining, dripping and such? Right? NOPE! She visits us every other month when she is on her rotational time off her job. Rain can be predicted for the first week of her visit and disappear from everyone's radar screen the minute her plane touches down at Heathrow. ...