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... said "that is the one". She has always wanted to stay in a B&B with a thatched roof. So after another drive in the dark we arrived and were delighted in the rooms. The girls picked the room with the exposed beams and Jessamy almost immediately started to run a bath to fully enjoy the experience of a large bathroom. After the kids were settled ("bless them" said the hotel keeper), the parents went down to the bar for a drink in front of the roaring log ...
... the motorhome making a presumption that I should be leaving the UK in about a week. I haven't been able to organise this earlier because they need to know departure dates and that was something I didnt know. I am having a few problems with this at the moment, but no doubt it will all work itself out.
Given the poor internet connections I am failing to upload photos. So I will publish this without them and then return and insert them at a later date.
... fun! There were loads of cars from the show on display, far more than we'd expected and all still in the condition they were in when each show finished filming. Then it was on to the National Motor Museum which was once again fantastic with floors of absolutely beautiful shining old vehicles on display and the interactive and dress up parts were awesome. My favourite section was an old mechanics workshop that had been transplanted inside the building and preserved as it was ...
... to blossom. In general the roads are a little bigger and there are fewer National Trust and English Heritage properties. Now we move to the Cornwall coast for 3 weeks where I’m sure we will find lots of new ways to enjoy our stay.
Our hosts, David and Chris had us over for tea. We had such a lovely time talking about travel and families. We chatted for nearly 3 hours! If we lived close we could definitely become great ...
... worst sort of bungalow sprawl, with paintwork badly affected by the sea air and in dire need of a coat of paint.
Yarmouth is a welcome antidote to all of this and had thankfully not changed much since the 70's when I had been such a frequent visitor. Was the Bugle still there? It was, and parking outside it, I set off to re-acquaint myself with the little town.
It is still charming, despite the fabulous chandler now stocking more Emma Bridgewater ...