Travelodge Amesbury Stonehenge

Address: A303, Countess Services, Amesbury, Wiltshire, England, SP4 7AS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on A303, Countess Services, Amesbury, is near Stonehenge, Cholderton Farm, and Durrington Walls.
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Travel Blogs from Amesbury

Moscow at 35000 feet

A travel blog entry by johnners77 on Feb 08, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... were airborne for the short flight to Bangkok for an overnight stay before catching BA10 this morning. We will have travelled nearly 14,000 miles in the past five weeks, taken twelve flights and numerous car, train and boat transfers! We have had an epic adventure, full of surprises, laughter and experiences that we are truly grateful for. We have loved every minute of it and, everywhere we have travelled, we have been met with warmth, ...

Roadtown Tortola BVI

A travel blog entry by jobloor on Jan 29, 2015

3 photos

Another day another island, and beautiful weather yet again as we come in towards Tortola. The good news is that we are the only ship in Roadtown, the bad news is that the new jetty and cruise dock is not yet completed so we are tendering. And for the first time there are complaints! we are not on tour so we decide to wait a while for most people to be off, tendering starts about 8.30 am so at about 10 am we head for the ...


A travel blog entry by mproberts on Aug 20, 2014

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The first day of the actual tour. We were pretty happy to find out that the group was fairly small, just 23 people on this tour, so their was lots of space available on the 50 passenger bus.

The first stop was at Stonehenge, the worlds first jenga set. We toured the site and grabbed a quick bite before we got back on the bus for the next stop, Bath.

Genealogical Discovery - England May 2010

A travel blog entry by amyblundell on May 04, 2010

3 comments, 44 photos

... br> A "luuurvley" time with the Luke family in Frilsham, a "rather fun" stay with David in Tenterden, a nostalgic visit to Marlow and Hurley with the Castrees, a trip to Finlandia and a Wii bit of hilarity with Chris & Ali on our day trip to Charmouth stopping en route at the Abbortsbury Swannery where it was easy to mistake the sound of baby swans ...

Cotswold Villages

A travel blog entry by brown.a on May 09, 2007

6 photos

... Avebury Stone Circles as they were nearby. They were impressive but had been reassembled in 1840 but not actually completed. Apparently probably some type of pagan ceremony area.

Drove onto Amesbury and found the Travelodge easily – again just off the motorway. Drove past Stonehenge – closed to public but still had people wandering around. Could obviously book for an after hours tour. Had dinner at Little ...