Lyndhurst Park Hotel
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trip, and we had a great time, although I think we were a bit unlucky to catch a spell of not such good weather. We have learnt a lot, like the areas which we like best and which places are likely to get consistently dry warm weather. We tried lots of different campsites and now have an idea which sort best suit our needs.
We enjoyed our month away and will probably do it again next year, bur most likely for a bit longer...... !
... to meet people leaving " because the line is too long" . Two gents say they have been waiting an hour so are not going and give us their tickets, number 14. When we get into the theatre it is packed and they are handing out tickets number 24! We actually then only wait about 10 minutes before number 14 is called those two gents should have been more patient! The tender ride was about 10 minutes to a part of the new area ...
... with UK. After breakfast Terry and Sue gave us a lift to the New Forest saving us riding on busy roads. This is a beautiful part of the English countryside: Herds of wild ponies wandering around on the roadside everywhere; Shady country lanes, thatched roofed cottages and the occasional quaint village. Very pleasant riding. We missed a turn at one point and found ourselves facing a manically busy dual carriage way, but a U-turn and short backtrack got us back on ...
... easy to get to the centre of the circle. A lengthy process of gentle nudging and "Hey, do you mind if I please nip into that gap?" but compared to how it got later on, it was easy.
As the night progressed it filled up. The centre of the circle became a solid, immovable mass of humans crowded round musicians and dancers. Outside of the circle, the ground ...
... books to dresses made out of old English pound notes. It was stunning just to see the amount of work that goes into the art made out of paper. I certainly couldn't do that. This exhibition took about an hour of my time. I left there and headed down the hill to the West Quey.
All I knew about the West Quey was that it was a shopping centre. What I didn't know was just how big the shopping centre was. I thought some of the shopping centres back ...