What is the weymouth town in Britain?

December 13, 2008 12:39am CST
Our company plans to travel to weymouth town in Britain, but we don't know what is the weymouth town. To see the photos from my friend, it looks like very lonely. I think it should be rural, not the town center. Think of the Britain countryside scenery was no better than the central Europe and the North Europe! What do you think about the weymouth town in Britain?
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@maximax8 (31178)
• United Kingdom
13 Dec 08
I have been to Weymouth and it takes about 3 hours to get there from where I live. It is a lovely town to go to on a hot summers day. I can do some shopping and enjoy walking along the sea front. There are some gorgeous places near it that area superb to visit. At a nearby village there are swans and a beautiful garden. There is also a donkey home near to Weymouth. Weymouth has ferry services over to the channel Islands and France. If you move to Weymouth you might go shopping in either Bournemouth or Exeter. The countryside around Weymouth is really picturesque. I am keen on traveling and would say the countryside is lovely in Central Europe. Weymouth has a train service to Bath and that is a gorgeous old city but is two hours away. I think Weymouth would be boring in the winter but excellent in the warm months of the year.