Having lived here for the past 5 years, we walk into Bournemouth at least once a week and have a coffee at the Obscura, a walk through the gardens, going to the stores. Lots to do. Even take a bus ride to Poole or the opposite direction to Boscombe and Southbourne. So much to do, so little time. Glad we...
Nice to sit and relax when needing a rest, people were friendly walked through gardens which also has a good amount of seating, then across into the square to the town, maps around also to tell you where you are, good idea!
This square is overrun with religious people wearing sandwich boards carrying bible quotes on them. Many different religions are there to try and save your soul. Very annoying. Then you have Big Issue sellers on every corner and beggars galore. There are a lot of buskers. Avoid it at all costs.
Not a huge amount of shops but there is enough to keep you busy for the day, the square is right in the heart of bournemouth its a pedestrianised area, you can walkl the entire length of the gardens and down towards the beach. What i love about this coast line, is the you can see land where ever you...
We went to the square at Christmas and it had the most beautiful, friendly, alive place we have been to.
The lovely Christmas cabins selling Christmas wares with their beautiful lights making it a magical place to visit.
The moose in the house or rather the inn, was so well worth seeing and he did sing along when he was...