Ibis Portsmouth Centre
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Small room. Staff keen but inexperienced. Pay for parking and wifi.
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It's the start of a holiday weekend. Luckily it’s only Monday that is the holiday but still I am worried that we will be burdened down the traffic trying to get to Portsmouth to get to the ferry. As such, for once, I have managed to convince my husband to leave work early so we have about 5 hours to drive about 1 ½ hours to the ferry terminal. We have everything ready to go as we have to take blankets and sheets and towels and ...
Woke about 7 for shower and breakfast before heading into Portsmoth to visit the Historic Wharf area. We arrived about 10 and jumped straight onto the small ferry boat heading over to the Submarine Museum and Britain's only surviving WWII submarine, the Alliance. It is an A class submarine and was launched in 1945. Most of her work was trailing a few feet below Soviet ships in the Cold War to determine their weak points. She ...
... something that we could live with.
We quickly unpacked enough for the three days we have here, freshened up and then headed downstairs for a drink before dinner.
There were not many people in the restaurant. We had a nice dinner. Ian was impressed with his lamb chop that was slow cooked with roasted vegetables. We were so full from dinner, we decided that we did not need any dessert or coffee.
... to chat to Sue, Patrick, Kate and Robbie and hearing all about what they have been up to. We couldn't keep Genevieve and Felicity quiet. They obviously have felt very at home.
* Genevieve and Felicity making lavender bags with Sue
* A country walk on the Sussex Downs
* I escaped into Arundel for a quick wander around the shops, castle and church.
We are looking forward to being able to repay the hospitality when the Foleys come out to visit NZ - very soon we hope!