The Swan At Stoford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a few cafes further along the waterfront. We walked as far as the ferry terminal and then back along Main Street until we got to Pusser's Store which is an Island institution, named after the rum rations given to sailors by the purser. It started life as a bar and now sells some quite upmarket clothing. We had bought a polo shirt many years ago from here that is still going, so bought another! Then we stopped for coffee at ...
... Hall was kept for meetings.
After a quick visit to another of the City’s museums in the old Westgate, the only remaining city gate, we went to Winchester Cathedral. There was to be a concert that night and the choir was practicing so our entrance fee also enabled us to listen to them and discover the great acoustics in the cathedral.
This is yet another amazing, huge church with stained glass windows, chapels and ...
... 8217;s courthouse from 1938-1974. The hall’s greatest relic is King Arthur’s
Round Table which hangs on the wall. In
fact the animal skin which covers the table dates to the 13th
century. The real Arthur was probably a
Celtic chieftain in the 5th or 6th century. The Tudor monarchs revived the Arthurian
legend for political purposes and had the ...
... It is quite a ways outside of London and you do not get very close to the site. Instead you follow a path that goes around it and requires that you keep a distance of 20-30 feet from the stones.
The belief is that the first stones were raised between 2400 and 2200 BC. The monument was built up in several stages stretching until 1600 BC. Some of the stones were carted as far as 150 miles to the site.Stonehenge and its purpose is still a mystery. One old ...
I'll be on my way to Thailand very soon, but first there was a small matter of a wedding to attend in Salisbury. Rachel & Bolton’s to be precise.
My Mum and I travelled over to Salisbury on Friday, the day before the wedding. We were in Salisbury for 3 days, but I have to admit I didn't’see very much of it. Surveying the scene from the station exit, I immediately mistook a common church for the cathedral – embarrassing? Only when you ...