Days Inn Winchester M3

Address: Winchester Motorway Service Area - Winchester Services, Winchester, Hampshire, England, SO21 1PP, United Kingdom | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Winchester Motorway Service Area - Winchester Services, Winchester, is near Watercress Line, Winchester Castle and Great Hall, Butter Cross, and Guildhall.
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      A travel blog entry by isabeln on Sep 14, 2014

      7 photos

      ... horses. We walked through but most of them were too shy to pat. At the end there was a grey and white Shire horse. He was very friendly and we got to pat him. On the way back, Alexander picked up the trimmings from the horses hooves being clipped. It was gross, it was like a giant piece of toenail. He's brought it with us on the trip. I hope he loses it! We met some lovely new friends Amelie and her little ...

      Sucked into another adventure

      A travel blog entry by olsenh on Feb 28, 2014

      I find it difficult to believe that just this morning, I was doing my favorite things: eating seed cake, drinking tea, and smoking. Everything was great. Around noon, I had a most pleasant surprise: my old friends, the dwarves and Gandalf, had come for a visit! Apparently they had planned a reunion without letting me know. A few minutes later, we were all eating ...

      The Slimey Rule

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Dec 20, 2013

      Normally I stick with the slimy rule for food. Anything slimy in the food category, be it veggies, fruit, meat, etc, automatically goes to the smell test, albeit rather cautiously, and then is trashed, binned, garbaged, exited from the area. This rule has worked well for us over the years and probably kept us from getting any manner of nasty food related illnesses. (YES, some foods are actually meant to be slimy but we don't like most of them, ...

      Winchester Cathedral...I did enjoy the trip!

      A travel blog entry by urawally on Jun 26, 2013

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... I executed an 'Eddie the Eagle' moment, with a perfect score of 0-0-0. Now guys let me say there will always, and I mean always, be a time when it is never great to open your mouth, especially to a question that defies any logic in those situations, when you are lying on your back, on the floor, in the middle of a Cathedral...when a question something like "Graeme, what are you doing?" Comes your way. Now you tell me, what would you answer? (A) I felt ...

      Death and Destruction in the Garden

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Aug 07, 2012

      ... about me is out in the open, my English garden seems to forgive my dark brown thumb and things grow in spite of it so another reason to love it.

      Last week I found some dahlias on sale at the local nursery and couldn’t resist getting a 6 pack and sticking them wherever I could find an empty spot. They were doing quite well last week in their new homes. However, this week, it looks as if war has ...