Somerset House Hotel

10 Florence Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England, PO5 2NE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 10 Florence Road, Portsmouth, is near D-Day Museum, Southsea Castle, Royal Marines Museum, and Clarence Pier.
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    Travel Blogs from Portsmouth

    Chartwell and Chichester

    A travel blog entry by fitchett on Oct 06, 2014

    13 photos

    ... a whole lot more from these - especially about the history of a place. The displays were very interesting - the siren suit got its name because he used to wear it when called from his bed - over his pyjamas. There were typed copies of letters between himself and Clemmie and clearly they were a very devoted couple.

    There is also some focus on the gardens, although with it now being October, these were ...

    Grisolles to Donzac

    A travel blog entry by gerryanddavid on Oct 05, 2014

    29 photos

    ... shiny big ones we see in the supermarket have to grow somewhere. The aire was easy to find, with all the usual facilities. There is a compromise with aires, or in fact any parking area. We like shade for the sake of comfort in the van. It can get very hot and without hookup or generator, we cannot use the air conditioning. But if we ...

    A wander in the town

    A travel blog entry by marionburton on Oct 03, 2014

    8 photos

    ... clear. I went in and out of a few little shops and took photos of things that took my fancy. Along the Main Street I found the Buttercross which dates back to the early 15th century. It was restored in 1865 and has a tall many pinnacled cross and five octagonal steps. It was once used by country men to sell produce, hence the name, Butter Cross. The monument is now protected as an Ancient Monument. I found a nice little coffee shop in the Guild Hall and had ...

    Things we have learnt

    A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Jul 29, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... We dont need thousands of toys or the latest game station or even a new dress when we have a wardrobe full of them. Some people have very little, not even shoes on their feet, the simplist of medicines or food to eat. We are very very fortunate and material things don't really matter as long as there is a roof over your head, food in your belly and are healthy. 11. That Ollie has the best wife in the world and its a great start to our marriage to have spent ...

    Dockyard day

    A travel blog entry by go_gifford on Apr 27, 2014

    19 photos

    ... so a few places were out of bounds for us such as Nelsons cabin. There was working models of cannons and guns that were demonstrated to the boys.

    Our last stop was at King Henry VIII Mary Rose. This ship he built and fitted out with his own personal money, not the states. This beautiful ship sunk on during a battle against French ships in Solent in 1545 w hilst Henry watched from the shore. It sat at the bottom of the sea until what ...