Travelodge Portsmouth Hilsea
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... and such. I am taking drinks too and we’re taking a few things for food but will mainly buy there.
I am ready to go by 2 p.m. so load up the car and head to hubby's work. He won’t leave until 3though so I move over to let him drive. I figure since I have to drive everywhere in France, it’s only fair that he drive to Portsmouth. Not sure he agrees but he is doing it. We get as far as Farnham and run into packed ...
... in 1973 and in 2014 a £7 million refit was completed. She was a battery and diesel sub and had a range of 15 000 miles. One submariner we talked to had served on a nuclear sub on which he stayed down for 3 months and 3 weeks. It was three times as long and high as the Alliance and had great facilities. On the old sub, water was precious so no personal washing occurred. It was very humid and sweaty so you can imagine the ...
... that in each major city I visit that I will go out of my way to see the most beautiful train station, library, and church/cathedral in that city.
Came back to hostel, did laundry, ate small meal, made Normandy plans. A new guy had taken up residence in the room (it has space for 6). He invited me to come down to the lounge area and hang out with some Italian guys, a guy from Belize, and a Norwegian. We went out with them, met some girls ...
... onto the stationary gyratory outside. The gauge was now registering nearly 130 degrees C. The ambient noise was such I could not tell if the fan was actually working or not, then I smelt radiator water, and saw steam coming from the passenger side of the bonnet. Aaaaggghhh, we pulled into the car park at the centre of the non gyrating gyratory and lifted the bonnet. Radiator water was spitting like a cappuccino machine and I could hear the water ...