Southern Breeze Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... when he took me out to the car and I saw it was a super flash grey Mercedes! The drive to the LIC office in Sixpenny Handly was about 40 min. Quite quick as there was not a lot of traffic. Drove past the cathedral which looked stunning. I hope to go back there and have a good look at it. Once in SH, I met Natasha and Robert. I got all my gear together, and signed all my paperwork. I also ...
... We then had our first dance of the cruise and then went up to the Scattegories game. We had 13 points and the next person had only ten so we won a bottle of wine. You'll not need 3 guesses as to the colour we chose. Then late night buffet before an earlyish night. Lisbon in the morning so we want to be up early to watch the ship cruising under the ...
... for our sea bands. We had a late lunch which we finished as they were setting up afternoon tea so we selected some fine pieces. Unfortunately a sudden lurching movement of the ship ended up with all of George's tray sliding off the table all over me and onto the floor. The evening was spent as usual eating and ...
... the day helping out in the garden and have meals as a family once more - in between extensive periods of packing and making sure I had bought and prepared for everything on my trip (of which I often hadn't!) The final weekend was great, in that I went down to the market with grandparents (for the first time since I was a kid, and certainly a different person to what I am now), out for a meal on the Friday (I was paying, so it had to be Nando's, let's be ...
... a very small figure dressed in dark clothing was waving frantically from high up on the ship as it left Southampton Docks at 3pm and majestically sailed past Southampton Town Quay where Mum (wife Yvonne) and I were the official send-off committee. If it wasn't him . . . ???
I can report he had just enjoyed his first lunch on board - squid! - and was looking forward to octopus for dinner (which turned out to be ...