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... we stopped at a bubble-car museum that's been on TV a few times recently - it was shut, only open at the weekends, and then at Tattershall castle and the adjoining collegiate church of the holy trinity, dating from the 15th century. The castle now is just the two moats and a tower but is really impressive and the church is very plain and elegant with some original stained glass windows. When we got to Nats Finlay was fast asleep. ...
... courtyard. Oops! I skeedaddled out of the way. They actually seemed like quite nice folks! Perhaps now I understand a small bit of the mortification Ms. Elizabeth Bennet felt upon having Mr. Darcy return home to find her perusing Pemberly.
I took a bit of tea for lunch in the shop there. I'm really going to miss clotted cream and scones when I return to the States! Then I tripped myself back home! ...
... and it brought back some lovely memories.
It has also been lovely having walks along the coast and having the obligatory cuppa with cake afterwards.
Unfortunately we have had Pierre weighed whilst we were near Fakenham to find we are 1/2 a tonne over weight. We originally weighed the van in Warwick and were told by our dealer that something must be wrong and to re-visit a weigh bridge, this has only prooved that it was correct. We are now having to change ...
... bunny, but, puts a brave face on.
A good wander around, including the Slipper Chapel, and, the inevitable "candle lighting area".
I am not a religious person myself, but, this is a calm and tranquil place, all beautifully kept, with a notable absence of commercialism, plus, the tea shop does ...
... enormous branches of Marks and Spencer (substitute Next, Dorothy Perkins, Primark etc as required), in Newcastle, and Metro Centre, Gateshead, why would you travel hundreds of miles to shop in a smaller version?