Beachcomber Guest House
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... was really good. We all enjoyed the adventure. Keely had to carefully extract a glowing crystal from a Dalek before it came back to life. Later the kids had to jump on a floor panel to open the door to another chamber, We were expecting something to jump out at us in the cold forest of weeping angels but made it safely.
Finally at the end of the experience was the exhibition hall with lots of Dr Who memorabilia including two Tardis ...
... it. There are lots of interesting birds on the Fleet and I was amazed to see a flock of several hundred coots (normally I see them in very small numbers), lots of Brent geese and some shoveller ducks. I am sure there are many other species but I am not wise enough to recognise them. The site is an 8 mile walk from Weymouth and the other day when the weather was lovely I set off with optimism but eventually my legs told me not to be silly so I caught a ...
After trying to remember everything we need for the next - 3 months, there are a couple of hours left to enjoy the Bournemouth Xmas scene. A glug of Gluhwein and the lights & Christmas village are fun. We wonder what Christmas in Arizona will be like. Do they light up the huge Saguaro Cacti? Will the tree decorations be sparkly tarantulas? We will know very ...
... The beautiful ceiling is the longest continuous medieval vaulted stone ceiling in the world, 96 metres long. Lovely stained glass and lots of light, unlike many Gothic cathedrals.
Looked at the castle walls, all that remains of the original Rougemont castle built in 1068, (the buildings inside being newer, late 1800s-1905) and then its gardens and moat.
Then John tried to do a tour ...
The first part of the trip out of Weymouth was very civilised, walking along the gloriously flat esplanade behind the pebble beach with its deckchair rentals. We were not really sure why you would want to sit on such a beach. On the inland side were some beautiful gardens with begonias laid out in various patterns. All too soon we reached the eastern end of the esplanade ...