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Super

AdvantagesAmazing sculptures, Great activities for children

DisadvantagesIf the weather is bad can't use the childrens sand area.

...= = = = = = = = = About Sandworld = = = = = = = = = Sandworld is Weymouth?s first sand sculpture festival, and one of only a handful ever held in the UK. It was opened in 2011 by Weymouth ?Sandman?, Mark Anderson, and David Hicks, an aspiring sand sculptor and good friend of Mark. Their aim is to bring the best sand artists from around the world to your doorstep, so you can see what they have...

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Excellent

“Sculpture garden”

published 16/05/2012

AdvantagesFriendly, welcoming staff. Quiet location but close enough to attractions to walk.

DisadvantagesNo tea / coffee making facility in bedrooms

...to de Medici formed part of the renowned sculpture garden as verified by research see http://www.palazzo-medici.it/mediateca/e​n/schede.php?nome=GiardinodiSanMarco)​. The garden is mentioned in Michelangelo?s biopic, The Agony and the Ecstasy by Irving Stone, which I loved and spurred on my dream to visit Florence. I loved the photographs. The hotel is filled with char...

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Super

AdvantagesCreative, unusual, calming

DisadvantagesMay not be suitable for families with very young children

...The Ewe Experience is a sculpture garden situated in Glengarrif in West Cork, Ireland. It is the creation of artist, Sheena Wood and her writer husband, Kurt. If, like me, you find the combination of art and nature pretty unbeatable, this garden will appeal to you. The sculpture garden is built along a delightful waterfall and the many and varied exhibits reflect the key themes of time, water...

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