Stattons Hotel

Address: 6 Florence Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England, PO5 2NE, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 6 Florence Road, Portsmouth, is near D-Day Museum, Southsea Castle, Royal Marines Museum, and Clarence Pier.
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    Travel Blogs from Portsmouth

    Our trip to Durham.

    A travel blog entry by ladynewbury on Aug 09, 2015

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    10am and we are off to Durham to see my dearest sister. It's a beautiful day to drive the 300 odd miles. I couldn't believe how many different sets are roadworks there are..with 40 & 50 mph limits its slowing us down! We saw two red kites over Oxford, and just after Doncaster there were six windmills. In France you see them in blocks of ten or more. Why is everything in the service stations so much more expensive? In the Road chef, at Tibshelf North, we had ...

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    A travel blog entry by wellsfamily on Aug 08, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    Had a good flight, good landing, fast through passport control, luggage arrived quickly, met with car by Emma's parents, got down to Southampton quickly in time for 9am ferry - it's Cowes week so ferries are very busy - told to wait until 11am! No joy in persuading otherwise. Oh the joy of living on on Island - western Kenya to Southampton no delays - Southampton to Isle of Wight....... Anyway eventually they must have taken pity on us and we got on 10am - thank you Red Funnel! Happy ...

    On the road on our own

    A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jul 10, 2015

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    ... 21 miles across the Channel and was quite visible today. The castle received some damage in WWII in the Battle of Britain, 1940, as many airforce planes came home to England across the white cliffs. It really is a spectacular castle. While there, we did a tour of the WWII tunnels in which the evacuation of troops from Dunkirk was planned. The tunnels were built in 1797 as barracks and have been in and out of use ever since. ...

    Sorry these entries keep getting longer

    A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Feb 25, 2015

    4 comments

    ... may be split up into multiple streets, so if you're driving on one street, it might suddenly change to a different street name after a block or two, then change again after another block or two. So if there is one long segment of road (rare in london), it might change names 5 times

    -Museums are overrun with hoards of british children running around in all matching school uniforms

    -Trying to avoid using cellular data, as it is ...

    Goodwood Festival of Speed

    A travel blog entry by jas20j on Jun 28, 2014

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    ... event In the world.

    Thanks to the event's classification as a hill climb, its location and desire to reflect the style and history of motor sport, spectators can get right up close to the action - separated only by a few metres and reinforced straw bales from the track. We are free to walk around the various paddocks where the cars and drivers can be seen up ...