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As we have planned so far, we'll stay 4 full days in London and another 2 full days in Canterbury (to see the city and a bit of the coast); then we can't decide what to do. We would like to visit Oxford, Bath, Salibury and Winchester; Wells, Portsmouth and a taste of the Cotswolds would be excellent. But we don't know in which. Stonehenge Touring Park but, unlike some other sites, we do not personally offer any form of reward (financial or otherwise) nor do we write them ourselves. gave us a vote, we hope to see you again very soon, and if you've not stayed with us yet, you know that you're going to be staying at one of the top sites in the UK!. Stonehenge Campsite & Glamping Pods: Great Campsite, Great Owner, Kill Joy Wardens - See traveller reviews, candid photos, and great deals for as 18 months old we obviously did not want to disturb them so by 11pm we were mostly all in bed, albeit you can imagine a family party of our size were going to talk.
Or also that day can be used visiting a in-between spot as a day trip. I'm considering putting Bath aside for this year, leaving it for another year, as well as the Cotswolds, Wells, Exeter, Stratford-Upon-Avon?
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A single day would be enough for Oxford? Or is there another unmissable visit, in Southern England, that I missed so far? Portsmouth is an interesting city to visit, not least because of its historic naval dockyard, but also have a look at Brighton for more of a seaside destination, even if it is a pebble beach! The Brighton Pavilion is worth a look. If you think you will be back, then maybe do leave Bath and the Cotswolds for a future visit, although if you have 2 days in Oxford, there might be a tour that leaves from there that incorporates Blenheim and some of the Cotswolds.
If you're going to Salisbury, you could always take the tourist bus out to Stonehenge as well. I certainly think you have plenty to fill your time around this area.
It's not a city, but Rye is one of the lovliest and most historic small towns in southern England. In my native language we use the same word for both the only city here, by British standards, would be the capital. The trick is neither of the two rails stations, Brighton nor Rye, offering a left luggage storage service, so the bags will come along with us for the visit; as we only intend to walk and enjoy the view I think it will be annoying but not a serious problem.
Concerning our free day to visit the coastline of Kentwe are considering after reading several posts in the Kent forum, namely by bayB0y two alternative possibilities: After consulting the train schedules, I realised we can do both in one day, in theory as long we start with the cliffs, early in the morning, and cut at least one of the stop overs ; do you think we should try to do this, or should we choose one of the alternatives and drop the other one?
In the UK, the status of "city" is a title awarded by the Crown. Traditionally, it was used to denote a town which had a cathedral, since a cathedral was the seat of a bishop, and therefore a place of influence; in recent times, some towns have been granted city status without their having a cathedral, purely because of their size and importance Swansea is an example of this but some of the historic cities are actually quite small - Ely for example, and the smallest St. David's in Wales has a population of only about 1, people; without its cathedral, it would only count as a village.
None of which is at all helpful for Adults Hookup Are We Gonna Do Stonehenge Tickets England trip, unless you planned on taking part in a quiz while you are here! I knew, just Which One Direction Member Are You Hookup, that someone would have to bring up St Davids - which is why I used the word "generally"!!! Of perhaps more assistance to you would be to point out that the Gatwick, BrightonRye, Canterbury thing is just not do-able in an afternoon.
It's simply too much. You can see a lot of Rye in an afternoon, whereas Brighton deserves a day. So go to Rye. But the luggage thing is source problem. I'd ring somewhere reliable like The Ship or the Ypres Castle and book in for lunch on the basis that they'll store your luggage securely for a couple of hours.
Brits would definitely consider Porto a city, and probably some others too. The Queen grants city status to large towns now and again on special occasions such as the Millennium, the next time will be for her Golden Jubliee in The White Cliffs Walk - the most popular route is from the Visitor Centre to St Margarets Bay and back, which will only take a couple of hours at most. Coastal train tour - you can do this in a loop. Trains go from Canterbury West through Ramsgate to Margate.
There are trains from Ramsgate to Faversham where you can change for a train to Canterbury East. Or do it in the opposite direction! If you're not doing the cliff walk, you could always hire bikes from next to Go here West station …me. The nicest towns are Broadstairs and Whitstable. Ramsgate has a pretty marina, but the station in Ramsgate is a long walk from it so if you have to omit one, it's probably that one.
In Broadstairs, Herne Bay and Whitstable it's about 10 min walk. In Margate it's right by the sea. Faversham is not on click coast but is worth a look, the station is right by the town centre.
If you're doing the cliff walk in the morning, you could get a train from Dover via Deal and Sandwich to Ramsgate. Deal is a lovely coastal town and Sandwich is very historic, not on the coast but has a riverside quay.
Prior Park is nearby with this beautiful palladian bridge and gorgeous views. Remember those lovely sunny days Camping, and enjoying toasted marshmallows around the fire pit? Then it seemed like select dogs were allowed off the lead just not ours.
The stations here are quite central. Mike thanks for the tip, I emailed the tourism office in Rye and they did confirm there's no public left luggage service there. We'll follow your advice and visit Rye alone in our arrival day, leaving Brighton for the departure day we'll be coming by train from Winchester then, heading to Gatwick airport.
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I loved Stonehenge when I visited nearly 8 years ago. The site is well placed for Longleat and for stonehenge although there was alot of dogs so perhaps not so good a site if you dont like dogs. The city is surrounded by a stone wall that you can walk on, and there is even a tour of an old viking settlement under the current buildings that the kids would love. Reviewed 26 August
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