The Cottonwood Boutique Hotel
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- Free parking
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... cannot be applied retrospectively. Offers correct at time of email launch, but are capacity controlled and may change at any time. Call for latest prices. All bookings are subject to Fred. Olsen’s standard terms & conditions, available on our website. Fares are valid 9th April to 31st July 2015, inclusive. Offer is based on Anchor fares: full payment is required at time of booking. 100% cancellation ...
We went further along the bottom of England to a small town called Milford on Sea. From there you can see the Isle of Wight. We had a beautiful warm day of 20C, down to a t-shirt again.
From here we went to Beaulieu National Motor Museum. Here we spent the day looking at old cars and bikes. There is ...
... narrow fjords, passing thundering waterfalls and iconic rock formations, en route to the idyllic villages of Olden & Flåm, nestled on the water’s edge. Experience the jaw-dropping scenery of Norway’s coastline as we explore some of its many beautiful fjords, including stunning Nærøyfjord, rated by National Geographic as the world’s number one natural heritage site. A call into Bergen, overlooked by the magnificent Mount Fløyen, provides the ideal close ...
There is a rejuvenation project to improve Bournemouth which has made improvements in recent years. The town centre and park with stalls, mini golf and pedestrian areas are very busy today in the lovely weather.
At the pier (built 1889) I pay the 60 pence to walk along it past the theatre and the people relaxing on hired sun chairs. The beaches on either side are well populated with people enjoying the gorgeous weather. I buy some Bournemouth ...
... we were standing we could see both the railway line and the road so were fairly confident that we knew where we were and identified a stand of trees on the horizon as the likely location for the Pig Bush car park so we set off in the genral direction of the trees using any paths that seemed to be heading where we wanted to be. After a short while we heard a birdsong that sounded typical of one of the Sylvia family which includes Blackcaps, Whitethroats and many others but ...