Peat Spade Inn

Address: Village St, Stockbridge, Hampshire, England, SO20 6DR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Village St, Stockbridge.
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Travel Blogs from Stockbridge

Purley on Thames to Goring

A travel blog entry by twovines on Jan 23, 2015

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... is the Whitchurch Toll Bridge which we must cross to continue our walk. This attractive iron bridge was opened in 1902. It replaced a wooden one which was much steeper but better than fording which was the only other option prior to the 1790s. It used to cost a halfpenny to cross the bridge on foot, or tuppence per wheel for carriages. All foot fees have now been abolished but it still costs 40p to drive across (is that 10p each wheel?) We're almost half way ...

Beatles and Liverpool

A travel blog entry by floro on Nov 07, 2014

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... Lennon how to tune his guitar. He then played a few classic rock ‘n’ roll songs — including cuts by Gene Vincent and Little Richard – to show Lennon what he was capable of. Then the Quarrymen performed. “I just thought, ‘Well, he looks good, he’s singing well and he seems like a great lead singer to me,’” McCartney said of Lennon’s performance to Record Collector magazine in 1995. ...

Next time

A travel blog entry by floro on May 24, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... for directions,the first guy obviously didn't like Aussies ,sent us totally in the wrong direction, second guy was on the money we found a canal but was it the right canal and which way to go? A very lovely lady in a museum told us where the town library was so we rode back to the city centre library and used a computer to copy maps,you little rippa,can't go wrong now!!! Comfortable with knowing where we were going, we rode for what seemed ...

A quiet getaway

A travel blog entry by pieceofparadise on Apr 09, 2014

A day in Reading is all you need to explore this lovely city just outside of London.

Its proximity to the Capital means that it has great rail links, and the Railway Station has just been renovated making it much easier to navigate-especially when you're good at getting lost like I am!

We chose to traverse the city ...


A travel blog entry by floro on Feb 24, 2014

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... the corner. So after having lunch of fresh bread from the bakery and vegemite or other we walked to a different cemetery . There are 157 in this area. Then we ended up walking to the. Rampant one as well and in the first row, we think there is. A relation. Will check with Lionel first, but he was from the Wiltshire regiment. We then found a pub which was lovely and then back to the square and ...