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 Post subject: Wiltshire and Dorset
PostPosted: Wed Mar 24, 2010 6:31 pm 
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Just had a few days down in Wiltshire for a Christening....managed to spend time in Bournemouth, Lulworth Cove, Weymouth, Salisbury and Stonehenge.......need to go back when it's warmer..... :*:

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Out of season Bournemouth

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Lulworth Cove

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Salisbury Cathedral....I love going to cathedrals and touching the stones!

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Stonehenge....

and finally my little great niece trying to demolish the graveyard....not taking her to Stonehenge!!!!!
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 24, 2010 8:01 pm 
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We had a week in Weymouth last August and it was packed - not just the town but the whole of the County!

I think going in March is a good idea - no matter the lack of warm weather.


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Have been there before when it was warmer....wasn't just the cold....more the drizzle that spoilt the time there - would have loved a walk on the beach but ended up talking music and bands with an old guy in Costa Coffee!

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We are going to watch the BSB motorcycling event at Thruxton next month and are staying within walking distance of Stonehenge. I am looking forward to the trip. I don't think we will have time to get to the coast, unless we stay an extra day. :D

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its a part of England i wish i knew more about

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I went to Bournemouth when i was about 15, and lived there for about two months, and i really loved that part of England. Next summer i wanted to go back, but my father decided i had to go to Dublin (he was the one who paid so...). I still have some beautiful photographs of Bournemouth, and maybe i go back there, 15 years later.


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My Husband has family in the area, he visited Bournemouth many times. I have been a few times and love the New Forest.

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