The Old Vine

Address: 8 Great Minster Street, Winchester, Hampshire, England, SO23 9HA, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 8 Great Minster Street, Winchester, is near Winchester Cathedral, Butter Cross, Westgate Museum, and The Royal Hampshire Regiment Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Winchester

      Winchester, Canterbury, and 50 Shades of Grey

      A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 16, 2015

      5 comments, 8 photos

      ... choirs sing beautiful music beautifully, I could detect precious little religious passion anywhere. Curiosity, thoughtfulness, good intentions, compassion, but no passion.

      That makes a place like Winchester pleasant to visit, but a pretty empty religious experience. I’m reminded of the various radio shows I listened to while driving around southern England, including one show about intermarriage between Muslims and Christians. Every Muslim ...

      Monday bike ride

      A travel blog entry by floro on Feb 10, 2014

      1 comment

      ... As a result, Straffen was certified as a mental defective under the Mental Deficiency Act 1927. A report was compiled on him in 1940 which gave his Intelligence Quotient as 58 and placed his mental age at six. When Straffen was 14, he was strongly suspected of being responsible for strangling two prize geese owned by one of the officers of his school; however, no proof was found and it was not noted on his records. At the age of 16 the school authorities undertook a review which ...

      The Beer Book

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Oct 25, 2013

      ... a bit to settle in and set up and find a home brew shop where he can get his supplies and such. So he is never adverse to buying beer and enjoys tasting new brews and especially micro-brews. We tend to visit brewerys whenever possible for tours and tastings. Also vineyards and winerys and also distilleries. And no, we're really not big drinkers but it's fun.

      So, starting out in England a bit over 2 ...

      Bye Bye Blighty!

      A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Jul 02, 2013

      6 photos

      ... beech woodlands which seem to be home to many of Britain's endangered flora and fauna, now protected under the Wildlife and Countryside Act.

      From Bishops Stortford where Sarah presented us with a delicious light buffet followed by a slice of an extremely tasty cake that she had baked that very morning, we drove on to Sarratt. I am sure you will all be familiar with Jackie by now so it will come as no surprise to you ...

      Waiting

      A travel blog entry by alexanddave on Sep 16, 2012

      7 photos

      We're entering our 3rd month back in the UK. There's been lots of good times so far- Cornish cliffs, beautiful Bath, Bushcraft festie, the Bentley woodfair coming up aswell as getting all archeological on our ass's visiting the hill forts of Hampshire. But today i've got that restless jitterbug in my tummy. Yes, it's the itchy feet, the wanderlust, the ole cabin fever that's afflicting me and it makes Dave reach for the credit card and inconspicuously slip it somewhere out of ...