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The Tennyson Monument walking travel

This walk includes a mix of highland and lowland, starting with river, marsh and estuary

before reaching the sea at Freshwater Bay and rising to blowy downland. The Tennyson Monument sits atop one of the most magnificent stretches of chalk downland in England, with stupendous view over the English Channel. The return journey passes close to Farringdon House where the Victorian Poet Laureate lived in the winter from 1856 until his death. The wooden bridge he built over the footpath from his garden to avoid autograph hunters can still be seen. Read more: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/united-kingdom/articles/best-walks-for-winter-in-Britain/
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