G! Boutique Hotel

Address: 71 Festing Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England, PO40NQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 71 Festing Road, Portsmouth, is near D-Day Museum, Southsea Castle, Royal Marines Museum, and Clarence Pier.
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    7 days to go!

    A travel blog entry by emillie1993 on Jul 12, 2015

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    ... 2 years ago today! before we stepped on Kenya soils and we knew nothing about beautiful Kenya until met the Kenyan children then we fell in love ever since, that's why we kept visiting! This trip would be my second time and Allys and Sara's third time. I will try my best to keep you lots updating during my stay in Kenya. I called Kenya a land of Love, Kindness and Joy ENJOY READING! ...

    Travelling through the counties

    A travel blog entry by thehammos on Jul 11, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... a cross between the old women who lived in a shoe and the highwayman - quite weird but it made you stop and have a look!! Then headed to the coast to Bournemouth to stretch our legs. There were people everywhere and even though it was only 23 degrees (felt like 18) lots of people sunbathing and swimming???? So many people after our quiet countryside. ...

    Ships and more Ships

    A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jul 11, 2015

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    ... interesting and bigger than a Russian sub we toured. But what cramped conditions!!
    Next was HMS Warrior which was the largest, fastest and most powerful warship in the world when launched in 1860. She was iron hulled and the pride of Queen Victoria's black fleet. She cost 390 000 to build, took 19 months and had 705 men on board. She seemed to scare off all the enemy as she never fired a cannon in anger. Being a sailor ...

    Sorry these entries keep getting longer

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

    4 comments

    ... about and viewed artifacts from ancient Greece and Roman empire. They had a bunch of remains from the Acropolis (the center of the city of Athens, where the Pantheon was). Looked at rosetta stone, it's very well preserved, font is crystal clear (if you can read Egyptian hieroglyphs, Greek, or the other language on it).

    Looked at special exhibits showing off clocks and money. Read about roman brittania. They had a lot of stuff on ...

    Le Mans or Bust !!

    A travel blog entry by andyeaton on Jul 03, 2014

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    ... cacophony of school children in brightly coloured hoodies, heavy drinking gentlemen preparing for the long drive and individuals sleeping in unlikely places. The crossing was calm and bathed in sunshine, I thought that I would secure a cabin for the return trip as it is nice to have a little privacy on the return journey to soothe the hangover, but with remarkable French customer service this is not possible on board you can only do it on line, which you ...