Old House

The Square, Wickham, Winchester, Hampshire, England, PO17 5JG, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 

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All Aboard!

A travel blog entry by roamingrunner

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... colder weather up in Scotland! We're really looking forward to that - sure beats the Texas heat. For dinner we chose the traditional, set time seating at 8:00 PM. This is such a great way to meet people - our table for this cruise includes a couple (both doctors) from Los Angeles, a woman and her mother from Ohio, and a lady from Michigan. Great conversation - everyone at our table is well travelled and very ...

Bye Bye Blighty!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree

6

... arrived complete with two cheap, but nevertheless new mountainbikes, having felt obliged to make use of the bike rack that came on the van!

From Ludlow we headed to Bishops Stortford to see Sarah again and to pick up a sweatshirt that Mark had left there on the way up. We arrived an hour later than we said we would, mainly because we totally ignored the GPS again and decided that a drive through the Cotswolds might be ...

Winchester Castle

A travel blog entry by junket912

3

... The castle remained a royal possession until Oliver Cromwell had it destroyed to quench any remaining royalist sentiments. The castle was built by William the Conquerer in the 11th century to secure his hold on the country he'd just invaded.

Hi, it's Reba. This is a very old city. The castle is mostly destroyed, unlike the regal Windsor castle. Only one of four ...

Winchester and its cathedral

A travel blog entry by cullism

... the water table and as a result it is often flooded for much of the year. For obvious reasons nobody has ever been buried there. What makes the crypt moving is a modern sculpture, Sound II, which depicts a man standing gazing at his feet and contemplating the fact that 95% of the human body is composed of water (I may have misheard). Nature has assisted the sculptor in adding meaning to his creation by ensuring that it is often half underwater. We agreed that was the ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on The Square, Wickham, Winchester, is near Porchester Castle, Wickham Vineyard, The Park, and Bishops Waltham Palace.
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