Three Gables Bed and Breakfast

11 Wickfield Avenue, Christchurch, Dorset, England, BH23 1JB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 11 Wickfield Avenue, Christchurch, is near Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum, Christchurch Priory Church, Red House Museum & Gardens, and Bournemouth Surf School Ltd..
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Travel Blogs from Christchurch

Brixham to Weymouth

A travel blog entry by marlwhite on Sep 11, 2014

Before leaving Brixham which is a large seaside town with so many tourists, we drove to the harbour to see the replica of the Golden Hind which is the boat that Sir Walter Raleigh sailed in. Went through Paignton to Torquay, a more upmarket tourist town and saw the coloured cabanas on the beach which were there when I came there in 1961. Also so many yachts . Drove through Babbacombe on the outskirts of Torquay where there are lovely hotels ...

New Forest, 5 -12 Sept 2014

A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Sep 11, 2014

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... Guiness Book of Records so it must be true!), the one-time home of Lawrence of Arabia, and birthplace of the Hovercraft – not that we saw any evidence of Lawrence or the Hovercraft! Initial impressions of Hythe were not good (very underwhelming we thought) but we persevered and found a very attractive marina and village and a fabulous promenade with great views of the ships going in and out of Southampton docks. We then went to ...

A Stonehenge drive-by

A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Sep 10, 2014

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... I had printed at home.

I was pretty bummed out that we drove right by Stonehenge and did not have the time to park and take a look. I have been there before, back in the days when one could walk among the stones and touch them. Now there are fences around the stones and nobody can get within 50 feet of them. I’m glad we visited them when we did.

We stopped at a Welcome Service wayside at Tamworth ...

Alderbury, Salisbury

A travel blog entry by marlwhite on Sep 05, 2014

Once again a late start. Today Pauline took us to the Lavender Farm at Langford. The lavender had already been cropped but they have a beautiful Monet type garden to walk around and also have a nursery where you can buy plants. There is also a restaurant where we ...

Beach, Brass, Old and New

A travel blog entry by maggik on Sep 18, 2012

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... meander looking for the four legged inhabitants who roam at will. You really don't want to get on the wrong side of the ponies, donkeys, cattle etc. Once when we stopped the donkeys nearby made bee line for us but were very quick to ascertain that we had no food for them.New Forest ponies are native to this area, some very tame and seemingly unfazed by the vehicular traffic around them. The countryside and villages are lovely throughout the area (and I'm ...