BEST WESTERN Red Lion Hotel
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I cannot believe we were at Stonehenge. We got there early,about 11.30am, and there were only about 15 buses there! But you are out in the open and have an audio to listen to-so we didn't feel too crowded. As we were leaving the crowds were really starting to arrive.Like Ayers Rock, it is a special place. How on earth did they build it (and who …
Noah had booked Pat Shelley of "Salisbury Stonehenge Guided Tours" to take us on a tour of Stonehenge, and boy were we in for a treat. Pat picked us up at our hotel bright and early in the morning, and as soon as we were in the car the tour began. He not only lives in Salisbury but really loves Salisbury, so he pointed out a lot of …
It was a work trip, and I was there with work people. Since I'm sure most of you know that I work for the government (sorta, as a contractor), then I'll spare you the added detail that I was hanging with older military types. And I'll spare you the added detail that these folks are involved in the 'sciences'. So they are, essentially, old military …
... has glass floors and you can see the stones and pools underneath.
Now that it's time to leave Bath, we feel we are just getting to know their street layout. We have been lost several times. On the walk back to our B&B we found the road called the circus where the houses are built around in a circle.
The UK has been treating us well weatherise. We are hoping it will continue for our stay in London.
Happy 50th birthday to me! What a wonderful gift for my birthday, a private tour of Downton Abbey known as Highclere Castle. I went through the castle and saw bedrooms, the salon, dinning, library and the music room. It is amazing! Walls are covered with embossed leather or rolls of silk cloth, and old Georgian plaster ceilings. From the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Red Lion Hotel Salisbury
Apparently this is one of the oldest hotels in England. With all the conveniences of the 21st Century this is a wonderful place to stay. The staff was very helpful and very friendly, and the grounds were simply charming. I would definitely stay here if I were ever to be back in Salisbury, and definitely recommend it to friends.
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