Campanile Hull - City Center
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... down into Pyecombe we passed a big field full of poppies, colouring the valley a beautiful red. We stopped for lunch in the village on a thoughtfully provided shady parkbench, then continued climbing back up to Ditchling Beacon at the top of the Downs. We entertained ourselves on the way up by watching the antics of the golfers on the very large golf club that our trail passed through the middle of.
We then followed a long undulating ...
The months of anticipation and planning are over, here we are, lives packed in a campervan waiting to sail for Rotterdam and the Rhine lands beyond. The drive down to Hull was fairly uneventful. After a morning of rain showers we collected Evan from school and were underway by 2pm. Evan slept half of the way.
Miles travelled: 129
Places Visited: Terminal 1, King George Dock, ...
... John picked us up.
Had Fish and Chips for dinner then caught up with the family stories before bed.
The next day we went to Grandma's childhood home and took pictures of the gate before heading into the local supermarket to take a look at the car boot sale. I ended up buying the first season of Greys for one pound so happy with that.
After that they dropped Mel and I off at Fingley Bridge and we walked the pier to ...
... in a building in town and were able to cross directly to a shopping complex which was great. Sadly we were on the roof on a really hot day so the car cooked a little in our absence. Wandered through the centre and into the town, up to the main square. Large tiled area which we later learned was unusually empty. Used regularly for all sorts of activities. Town hall at one end. We walked to the info office for a map, then with that in hand set off to ...
... 130pm to meet Kat. When we were at the Norbiton, she tells me that we are going in London. I'm thinking to myself "Do we really have to? I’ve just spent the last two or so hours on a train and now you want to take me into London?" Anyway, we put my luggage into her car and hop back onto another train to London.
Unfortunately, I was far too tired from the train journey to Norbiton to fully appreciate what London is all about. But all ...