The Cathedral Hotel

Address: 7-9 Milford St., Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, SP1 2AJ, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 7-9 Milford St., Salisbury, is near Avebury Stone Circle, Mompesson House, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire, and Wiltshire Regiment Museum, and Liddington Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Salisbury

    7 days to go!

    A travel blog entry by emillie1993 on Jul 12, 2015

    1 photo

    ... 2 years ago today! before we stepped on Kenya soils and we knew nothing about beautiful Kenya until met the Kenyan children then we fell in love ever since, that's why we kept visiting! This trip would be my second time and Allys and Sara's third time. I will try my best to keep you lots updating during my stay in Kenya. I called Kenya a land of Love, Kindness and Joy ENJOY READING! ...

    Travelling through the counties

    A travel blog entry by thehammos on Jul 11, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... obviously a cheer leading competition on as lots of young girls (and boys) were dressed for cheerleading. There were bands playing and people dressed up and a general carnival atmosphere. From there to Hampshire to Lill and Mel's. Had Mel's famous curry and started getting ready for the European leg of our journey. Pub name for the day 'The Trout and ...

    At sea

    A travel blog entry by danutastephen on Jul 10, 2015

    2 photos

    Had breakfast in conservatory. At 10.30 took part in the shuffleboard competition. Didn't do very well at all. It was a strange shuffleboard court. The board had a very different layout to what we were used to. The ten and minus ten scoring areas were reversed. Then went to the morning session dance classes for cha cha lessons. Decided to go down ...

    The Pre-history of Worship and Pilgrimage

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 15, 2015

    9 comments, 5 photos

    ... br> I am glad to report that I was profoundly wrong. In fact, the tour was fascinating and revealing, and gave me a real feel for the entire landscape of the great neolithic sacred center, including long barrows (both burials and not) that date back 500 years before Stonehenge, Stonehenge itself (c. 2500 BCE), smaller round barrows built primarily for burial 500-1000 years after Stonehenge, a huge shaped area of landscape called "The Cursus" (an early ...

    Day 5: Dover

    A travel blog entry by syb8625 on Jul 18, 2014

    ... oldest remaining castles on the island of Briton. Underneath the castle are over 4 miles of tunnels built over a period of about 200 years. Originally built to house soldiers guarding against a potential invasion by Napoleon, these tunnels were then expanded and used during the battles of WWII. It was from these carves that the miraculous rescue at Dunkirk was orchestrated. Later even deeper tunnels were constructed to ...