Hotel TerraVina

Address: 174 Woodlands Road, New Forest, Hampshire, England, SO40 7GL , United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 174 Woodlands Road, New Forest, is near Paultons Park, New Forest, Beaulieu, and Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway.
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      Arrival

      A travel blog entry by emjbell_nz on Nov 10, 2014

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      ... my car which is a Holden Astra station wagon thing. The drive to Blandford was about half an hour down narrow country roads. It was a bit foggy but so beautiful with the hedges and rolling country. This town is gorgeous with big old brick buildings. I was starving so I walked down the street and got an omelette and hot chocolate. The hot chocolate was amazing! Was exactly what I felt like. I ...

      At sea

      A travel blog entry by danutastephen on Nov 08, 2014

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      ... dressed, putting on make up and doing my hair. Lol. George decided to just wear his dinner suit tonight and keep the kilt for the captains's cocktail party. I wonder if the fact that the captain is a lady had any influence on his decision. Evening meal was gorgeous as usual. We both had lobster for our main and strawberries poached in Prosecco for ...

      At sea

      A travel blog entry by danutastephen on Nov 07, 2014

      ... for our sea bands. We had a late lunch which we finished as they were setting up afternoon tea so we selected some fine pieces. Unfortunately a sudden lurching movement of the ship ended up with all of George's tray sliding off the table all over me and onto the floor. The evening was spent as usual eating and ...

      Ponies, Castle ruins and Cliffs

      A travel blog entry by bibi64 on Oct 07, 2013

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      ... castle once acquired by William the Conquerer! It was a wonderful ruin incredibly expansive and tall with a viewpoint from every part of the hill. The boys would have so loved it when they were little - nearby you could even hear an old steam train operating between the villages. Personally think it was better than those we saw in Tintagel.

      The next place Sean had identified were some cliffs ...

      Fastnet and Lundy

      A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on May 21, 2013

      ... kiwi pavlova for dessert, and we finished off washing it all down with a nice glass of ruby port.

      The show in the Curzon Lounge tonight was excellent; it was a husband-and-wife Irish duo called “Livewire” and featured the lady on the fiddle and the man on either the accordion or the typical Irish drum called a bodhran in which the drum is held in one hand while a double-ended stick, held in the middle ...