The Kings Arms Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salisbury
... took a trip on the monorail which runs through the estate and through the National Motor Museum – it gives a different perspective on things! Whilst driving there through the New Forest, we saw donkeys roaming around, in addition to the ponies and cattle!
We went to Hythe, on the western side of Southampton Harbour. Among its claims to fame is a Victorian pier with the oldest working pier train in the world (listed ...
... Dene and Paul was able to return some Austin auto parts and purchase some rare parts from the secretary of the auto collector’s club here in the UK. It was worth the drive down.
This area has tons of thatched-roof houses. The guy we were visiting had one. It just looks so cool!
We are staying the night in the closest town, Blandford Forum. This town of 11,000 has been an important market town since the ...
... and one could eat inside or sit at a table set in the garden. Very attractive. Cam and gelding drove down from Bath with their children to see us which was very nice of them. Had an early night as we wanted to leave early in morning to drive to Ilfracombe by tea ...
... the next two nights, we had a bothy a couple of miles past Eton in the small village of Dorney. This cottage was tres cute and a welcome opportunity to wash and dry clothes. The children loved the small dog we called Albert and the fat pig on this historic farm. Alan and I enjoyed exploring the river paths - even if he had to go at night and I had to go in the early hours of the morning. It turns out that the first pineapples in England ...
... you appreciate what it might
mean to be a monarch. Not only to have some role in governing a nation, but to
also know and share and pass on the wealth of history and information that each
of your castles holds. We were able to see the gardens, the state apartments, St. George’s Chapel where, most notably (in my opinion), Henry VIII and his 3rd wife, Jane Seymour, are buried. Elizabeth II’s own parents are buried here as well ...