Bournemouths "Gaza Strip"

Bournemouths "Gaza Strip"

Its True! Bournemouth "Gaza Strip" DOES exist - at least thats what the locals in the suburb of Charminster call it ...

Bournemouth - An Introduction

"Sunny Bournemouth" is just 100 miles away from London, on the south coast of England - it is nearly opposite the Isle of Wight, and famous for its music festival and many yacht regattas. The town is home to over 200,000 people, which swells by many thousands at weekends and during the Summer months - it is a well known resort with many hotels, restaurants, and leisure activities on-hand. At one point in Bournemouths history there were more hotel bedrooms within its boundaries than any other city in Europe outside of London, with approximately 30,000 beds. The town also benefits by being a premier English language teaching centre, with many schools attracting students from all over the world to learn English.

Where to Go - What to Do

Bournemouth is in the county of Dorset and is an ideal tourist base. Tourists benefit from a nine mile Sandy Beach, and it is well-placed for visits to Salisbury, Stonehenge, Winchester, the New Forest and Dorchester (the famous market town residing in whats known as " Hardy Country"). The Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site is only 45 minutes away, with over 90 miles of stunning coastline containing fossils dating back 180 million years recording Earths history. The weather is so clement in Bournemouth that Palm trees flourish year round. Its a very green town, with many parks and an abundance of fine Championship golf courses.Traveling from Mumbai to Delhi Flights , Delhi is an importent destination of India that connects every sector of the country and abroad by an extensive network of airways.It also benefits from its growing international airport, which already services many European countries, with direct flights to major cities and resorts in the Mediterranean. Nearby is the Sandbanks Penisula, which has some of the most expensive homes in the world - the houses have beautiful views of the Purbeck Hills and across one of the worlds largest and most stunning natural harbours anywhere - it provides the perfect environment for sailing and watersports. The mudflats and salt marshes are an ecological paradise for roosting birds. There are three theatres - The Pavilion, The Pier Theatre and the Bournemouth International Centre. We also have multiplex Cinemas, the Russell Coates Museum, an oceanarium. two piers, beautiful gardens and a pedestrianised shopping area running from the east to the west of the town joining at the the Town Centre called The Square, which usually has a number of attractions throughout the year culminating in the German Christmas Market. The town also boasts its own large international conference and exhibition Centre called the B.I.C.Most drugstores have a travel zone where you can purchase travel-cameras and sacks measure chemical, conditioner, antiperspirant, toothpaste and anything is possible from that point. 
At certain times of the year the main leisure centre has an ice rink installed. During the Summer months there is a free firework display near Bournemouth Pier on Friday Nights. Bournemouth is also one of the hottest spots in Europe for young people going clubbing. It is also a firm favourite for stag and hen parties. Bournemouth was recently voted the "Happiest Place to Live in the United Kingdom" - it received a vote of over 82% to take first place.