Forest Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We packed the car and had breakfast prior to our biggest drive so far. Just to make sure that I was right for the trip I had some black pudding for breakfast. I try not to pass wind after eating that stuff as I am not to sure if I am covered under travel insurance. After stopping for petrol ($130 later) we headed to Stonehenge and it appeared that you could only get close on a tour bus, we took ...
Yesterday morning we enjoyed our last great breakfast at Novotel before walking to the Champs Élysées to go skating. Even though it had rained and the ice was covered in water, Aaron and Chloe skated for well over an hour. In the afternoon we travelled to Orly airport and flew on a Dash 8Q400 to Southampton. Today we plan to visit a Titanic exhibit and dinner with ...
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Five Tarts was launched and Jon, Neville and I sailed her down the Itchen river under the Itchen toll bridge, through Southampton water and up the river Hamble to overnight at Stone Pier Yard in Warsash.
The boat performed well but we did have a couple of problems which we will sort out tomorrow.
The new ...
... corpses. The locals feared a return of the Black Plague and commissioned the navy to clean it up, which of course they did.
Once the tour was over (and we were all sufficiently frozen, as it was getting on for sunset) we headed inland again to find some food. The Ship & Castle became our port (forgive the pun) of call and the meal was not only delicious but the portions were huge! I think poor Mark had a whole fish to himself; not one of ...