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... found parking for the vans. Well around the villages that is, as there are certainly places to park out away from the villages. Anyway it was a lovely area. Lunch was at Lymington in the New Forest down on the Coast, this is where Ben Ainslie the Americas Cup skipper calls home. A lovely little village. From there we headed through building traffic to the Jurassic Coast and to Durdle Door in particular. Don't you just love ...
... and its got a lovely seaview. There is a beach river which kids can take a dinghy down to the sea whilst adults enjoy the view which extends around the coast to show a little island just down the coast.
If you need refreshments go to the Wave bar which serves local fish specialities and does take away.
I would write more, but I spent more time enjoying the sudden sunshine than I did exploring- and so should you! Go and explore!
No chatting at breakfast-- the TV was on. Left at 9.15. Found the way out of town fairly easily--it started uphill on a cross country track through the farmland on a gravel track-rough but no sand-- then followed the little lanes up and up onto the Dorset Downs, to the *********ument at the highest point. It was more ups and downs after the drop down from the top to Bridport. Stopped there for some lunch at Joe's Cafe. I read in the paper about the hailstorms at ...
Lovely breakfast with fruit, Dorset cereals and yoghurt before leaving at 9.30. Took the minor road to Milton on Sea and Mudiford to reach Christchurch-- déjà vu from last year's Stour walk. Reachedy the sea front and was happily cycling along for about a mile, when I came across signs saying no cycling in July and August and a few disgruntled walkers. So, muttering and grunting, I had to ...
... but great theatre. Assemble at said time, we all have specific table placement, ours at the end near the kitchen, we are excited. Andy, the head Chef gives us a detailed review on the courses already had and the more substantial aspects yet to be consumed. As a communicator we hope he is a better cook! A local crab soup come light stew which is heavy on base reduction. It was rich and very well crafted although the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility