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Travel Blogs from Skegness
... and goes into great detail about 'Seahenge' which is an amazing archeological find of a few years ago of a submerged timber arrangement similar to Stonehenge but dates back to roughly 2100 years BC. They have recreated a life size replica of this astonishing Bronze Age timber circle. Dinner in a local pub which we finally found on the outskirts of the town centre and back to The Beeches around 7pm. Doug thinks we probably walked about 7 kms all told this ...
... day. As we were walking back to the hotel, all the donkeys were trotted home via the main street. They all had bells and streamers on them and it really was like something from a 60s movie.
Tomorrow we head for a couple of days in Norfolk, and will spend time in Cambridge, and we'll also have a look around the Norfolk broads.
PS: despite not really knowing why we came here, Skegness has been a hoot and we're glad we came.
Bye for now,
Alan and Nise
... next to our building. Missy ended up resting at least.
After some play time & dinner, Jon took mr to Chrissie & Brian's house because I had forgot to give them a picture of the kids I had brought over. The kids then were changed once they got home & the kids went to bed. Soon we followed though we still needed to pack for our trip to the Lake District the next day.
... taking a tour and seeing all the animals we moved on to some of the other activities that the farm had. The farm had some plastic tractors the kids could ride though the area was small and there were some other kids there so that didn't last long. The kids played on a plastic slide structure for quite a while before Jon went and retrieved the lunch box.
Jon and I got lunch from the cafe and we all ate our lunch which were overall pretty good. After lunch, ...
... it did and though we did see the Lancaster land, we didn't get to see it taxing all the way to the hangar because it was a bit of a drive from where it landed on the runway to the hanger where it lived & it was obstructed viewing. Thankfully we had already seen one Lancaster today so it wasn't too bad.
Afterwards we stopped at Tesco for some shopping & then headed back to our flat for some dinner, rest & bed. :)