The Black Bear Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... On the way a family walking on the other side of the road called out "Heloo Mrs Tonkin-Case", It turned out to be one of her school students and family, What are the chances, Jo-Ann knew that they were in the UK and had even called them earlier in the trip but didn't know that they were in Cardiff at the same time. Even more coincidental, we were all booked in to the same session at the Dr Who Experience.
Once we arrived we had to wait half ...
... in two. So I was pleased to find a replacement though David, my cousin, will be interested to know it cost £30.00. I think some of the cost is because it is hinged so it folds away neatly.
In another attempt to pass time I caught a bus to Dorchester. I have been to the town before and have liked it because of its history, its setting and its interesting little shops. This time I went there specifically to buy road maps of Spain, Portugal ...
... the Pucketts' generosity.
At the risk of repeating myself, we loved the little we saw of Charmouth, and we absolutely adored the seaside town of Lyme Regis., and, because we shared a ploughmans' lunch, we shared a senior cit's fish and chips from a kiosk on the seashore for afternoon tea. Delicious. A seagull targeted Pete just prior and the nice people in the kiosk let Pete wash up in their kitchen!
There was an antique shop, ...
... We returned to the hotel and learnt that all power will be turned off at 8:30 pm and that the pub down the road said they could not handle any more people, so we remained at the Manor. The owner came and brought in some gas cooking implements, now they could offer a limited menu. So we ate here. Power went out about 7:30 pm and came back on about 9:30 pm. Everyone cheered and we had power everywhere.
We went up to our room to settle in for the ...
... buy some sandwiches. They took so long, it was unbelievable but we finally got them and continued along the path steadily climbing and stopped to eat our sandwiches at a point on the path where it passed through some low bushes that provided protection from the wind. After lunch, it was back to the unsheltered cliff top and the walk became something of a roller coaster. ...