Bishop's Waltham

Bishop's Waltham is a small town in Hampshire, England situated at the head of the River Hamble. It is home to the ruins of Bishop's Waltham Palace, an English Heritage monument.

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    They shifted a little, but not
    to return my stare.
    —Elizabeth Bishop (1911–1979)