Premier Inn Portsmouth - Horndean
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We spent most of yesterday and today preparing and filling the Motorhome ready for our 4 week trip. This meant endless trips up and downstairs and in and out of the MH with bedding, towels, clothes etc etc.
Off to Black Horse farm nr Dover tomorrow and then the Tunnel to ...
... from the relay near the fan. It stopped I taped the whole thing up cable tied it away from the newly repaired exhaust job was done, or so I thought.
This year the Classic is a little earlier running from the 4th to the 6th of July, meaning the kids are still at school and speech day lies in wait for us next weekend, oh well you can’t have everything I suppose. Although I think my Mother is quite happy with that as I am ...
... of Law and Order shows when the burglar tosses incriminating evidence into the ocean. I liked making up little stories about why all the strange furniture and vehicles were stuck in the muck down there. Elliot and I soon got sick of the smell and ventured inland. Perhaps one of the most interesting parts of the day was the H.M.S. Mary Rose Museum. The ship had sunk in 1545 and had only recently been rediscovered. Anthropologists ...
... us to a nearby village pub and treated us to a delightful roast Sunday dinner.
Back home we enjoyed a long chat over coffee in the sunshine with some discussion about next years Alice Springs AGM Event with some English membes attending.
We left about 3.30ish to drive south and find a B & B. Decided to consult Bruce, the GPS and find out how long straight to Portsmouth, 3 hours would get us there by 7pm, so lets do ...
... in a barrel of brandy on board and taken to Gibraltar on this very ship. We could see that Portsmouth is still a thriving commercial port with naval ships, ferries etc. There is a lot to see here and it would be good to visit the Historic Dockyard area and see the “Mary Rose” (Flagship of Henry VIII, raised from the seabed after 437 years), however it will have to wait for another ...