Lyndhurst Park Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a good start! It's brewed locally too which is cool. I had a delicious starter of king prawns with butter garlic and herbs, then had a main of a veal sirloin. The veal is sourced from local farms, and was amazing! Don't think all my food will consist of such nice meals, but I thought I'd live it up while LIC were paying! Was too full to order any dessert, but the sticky toffee pud would have been my ...
... dressed, putting on make up and doing my hair. Lol. George decided to just wear his dinner suit tonight and keep the kilt for the captains's cocktail party. I wonder if the fact that the captain is a lady had any influence on his decision. Evening meal was gorgeous as usual. We both had lobster for our main and strawberries poached in Prosecco for ...
... for our sea bands. We had a late lunch which we finished as they were setting up afternoon tea so we selected some fine pieces. Unfortunately a sudden lurching movement of the ship ended up with all of George's tray sliding off the table all over me and onto the floor. The evening was spent as usual eating and ...
... 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 ...
Few pics of our 13th century accomodation last night. Today we drove to a fairly bleak Brighton to look at the pier. Weather started to improve around midday as we arrived in Portsmouth so we had a look around the area where the ferry leaves for the Isle of white. Also found some more Henry VIII history in a castle/fort that was built nearby. We then left for the New Forest in search ...