Days Inn Winchester M3
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in 1871 entitled “Notes on the Pilgrims' Way in West Surrey.” He noted that the route was "little studied" and that "very many persons in the neighbourhood" had not been aware of it. For good reason, apparently, as it never really was a Pilgrim’s special path. The most interesting part about all this was that the Roman road that followed this path was based on a much older and longer prehistoric road that linked the ritual sites of Stonehenge ...
... to reach and do it all by feel and didn't change a single bulb. Took us 20 minutes of moving furniture to change all three of them. Did not rearrange the furniture but then put it all back the way it was as it was in the best arrangement for our lighting situation. We did find several missing cat toys under the various furniture pieces. Ahh, always a good weekend when hard to do chores are finished and ...
... many different places but it becomes rather like an addiction - gotta do more, gotta travel more, gotta see more!!!). Luckily my hubby does not suffer from the same afflictions as I do. He's OK to go back to work and happy to go back to work and start catching up on what's gotten him behind while he's been gone. Since I don't have that, I'll have to plan another trip. just a short one. just one more, every time I return. yes, I think that will ...
... pair! The level of customer service was outstanding and I can totally understand how these two young fellas have got to where they are now, if they treat all their customers with the same personal service that we got. They wouldn't even take a cent from us.
From Derby, we headed to Ludlow to see my Dad again and to pick up our van ownership papers which took over 4 weeks and without which we cannot cross the ...
It's Janice again for a moment while Reba retrieves her coat. We're obviously updating these entries a couple of days behind because of limited Internet access.
Today, Claire was our guide again and we went to the city of Winchester. Winchester used to be the capital of England, the home of the monarchs until the time of Henry VIII (?) who moved the royal residence ...