Safari Bistro Hotel

Address: 91 St Michael's Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, England, BH2 5DR, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 91 St Michael's Road, Bournemouth, is near Bournemouth Beach, Oceanarium, Hengistbury Head, and De Vere Royal Bath Hotel Spa.
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Travel Blogs from Bournemouth

Last morning in Paris and travel to Southampton

A travel blog entry by andybel09 on Dec 11, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

Yesterday morning we enjoyed our last great breakfast at Novotel before walking to the Champs Élysées to go skating. Even though it had rained and the ice was covered in water, Aaron and Chloe skated for well over an hour. In the afternoon we travelled to Orly airport and flew on a Dash 8Q400 to Southampton. Today we plan to visit a Titanic exhibit and dinner with ...

Last-minute getaways from only £198pp - plus win a cruise

A travel blog entry by audreyatsea on Dec 09, 2014

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Stonehenge - believe it or not

A travel blog entry by jeff.mann on Jun 08, 2014

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Stonehenge - a pile of rocks may sound boring but for everything they've discovered they still don't know what it was used for. The stones do have a presence and you are mystified and awed by this amazing structure. An excellent visitor's centre, a fun trip on the "carriages" and audio presentations on every part of the Stonehenge history (it was built ...

Day 16 - Old Harry Rocks

A travel blog entry by dazandkim on Jul 16, 2013

1 comment, 24 photos

... and just had on my thongs. We started walking and walking and walking. My thongs started to give me blisters, so I took them off and walked on the soft grass when I could. It took us about 25 minutes to walk out to Old Harry Rocks and had a look around. Amazing views and NO safety rail.

We then started the long, long walk back to the car. We were a bit concerned as it was more than an hour since we left, but the area ...

A whirlwind bus tour of central England

A travel blog entry by valaryr on Jul 01, 2011

1 comment, 32 photos

... was only about 30 minutes, but our tour guide Sheila managed to make it feel like an eternity by screaming the history of Stonehenge in both English and broken Spanish. Oh well, it was sort of funny. Still never really figured out the history because she was so hard to listen to, but we got the gist. The rocks themselves were really neat-- many of the stones came all the way from Wales before the wheel was invented. Not sure how they ...