Chichester Park Hotel
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... watching before heading back to the hotel to check in. Went to Pompoko, a Japanese restaurant with a few tables and had a really nice meal. After dinner we walked over to Komedia to see some live music. We liked the opening act best, Jacko Hooper a local with a really nice ...
... and it was quite a long walk, so plan B took us around to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. Now we are not all skinflints, but £17 to see the Mary Rose or the Victory seemed like a staggering price, so that idea was ditched as well. Plan C took us to Gunwharf Quays, firstly to find a coffee shop and then to wander around the little expensive outlets, over to Old Portsmouth with it's many wonky old buildings, where we fell over a pub that did amazing fish ...
... br> It only took an hour to see the place so we finished there just on 12.00pm. After that we walked a few streets to a Pizza Express restaurant for lunch. We were all pretty hungry I think. Emma ate most of her lunch.
We had a nice, relaxing lunch and chatted to Melissa and Martin about our trip and life in the UK. We even had dessert after our meals. When we had finished, Matt walked back to the car while the rest of ...
... glazed expressions and a complete lack of spatial awareness. They're constantly surprised that there are other beings on the planet but as most of them seem to be zombies they don't notice either.
The next zombie experience was paying for our food, which is normal in these places BEFORE you eat. We had nice freshly cooked eggs and freshly poured coffees (two cups used, one each and none discarded) but the two checkouts were unmanned - or even un-zombied. To pay we had ...
... up on nice New Forest roads anyway. We saw the wild ponies and had more than once to slow for them as they clearly thought they had priority on the road.
We had a late lunch at Beaulieu and then split up so John could go to the Motor museum and I could see the Palace house. This had been the gatehouse for the Abbey before the dissolution of the monasteries. It has been in lay hands since the house was acquired by the Lord Chancellor for Henry 8th and is ...