Winchester Royal Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of interest, so we decided to go straight to the main one first and then have a look round the shops after. The place we went to was the Great Hall, the only part of Winchester Castle that now remains.
The Great Hall was built from flint in the first half of the 13th century, though the roof was replaced in 1873. The thing I was most interested in was the imitation Arthurian Round Table, built in ...
... amp;B we headed to Stratford-Upon-Avon. Before I get to that though I should point out that all the towns in this area have these type of hyphenated names. Nearby we also saw: Bidford-On-Avon, Moreton-In-Marsh, Stow-On-The-Wold and Shipton-Under-Wychwood to name a few. I'm not sure the reasoning behind these names but they'd be a pain to write out every time you had to fill out a form with an "address" section. I digress... SoA was a really nice town. ...
... London. His promoter was not happy with his name and suggested he change it to Charles Bronson.In 1974 he was imprisoned for a robbery and sentenced to seven years. While in prison he began making a name for himself as a loose cannon often fighting convicts and prison guards. These fights added years onto his sentence. Regarded as a problem prisoner, he was moved 120 times throughout Her Majesty’s Prison Service and spent all but 4 years of his imprisoned life in ...
... have to go to book #2 soon. Wish I had thought to do this years ago because the beer history would be remarkable. But better now than never as just about every county in England has its own plethora of brews and sometimes even towns have their own brews specific to them. We won't ever get all the beers in England into our book but we're going to give it a good try and then keep the book going wherever we are. Bottoms ...
We stayed at a wonderful B&B on Tuesday night near Chichester. As we pulled into the car park, a Spitfire plane flew right over us, it was brilliant, those who know me know they are my most favourite airplane of all time. When we went inside, there was a fantastic model steam train, the type that you ride on, this one was made by the hosts uncle as an apprentice project. That evening we went into Chichester to look at the Cathedral, but it was shut. As ...