Premier Inn Portsmouth - Port Solent
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We had a lovely room, simple and quiet.
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So far this morning have just relaxed. Not warm enough yet to sit outside so have just continued doing nothing much. This afternoon need to be spent making ourselves beautiful for the first formal night. At our age that takes a lot of time- thought I'd better say it first before someone else does. George getting ready in his kilt takes much longer than I ...
Quiet day today inside the ship but it is blowing a force 8 gale outside. The sea is very choppy as a result. Feels as if we are going over potholes ( that is not a misspelling for portholes). Just did lots of eating, exploring and shopping. A lot of people were feeling unwell and have decided to stay in their rooms. ...
... home feeling in need of a burger and discussing their order at the top of their voices. Gave up trying to get back to sleep at 6:30am and joined the throng for a cup of coffee. Yesterday we had shopped around for a place to have breakfast since we didn't just fancy the continental offered by the hotel. Micky Dees was kicked into touch when madam spied an IKEA store just across from our hotel. Yes, you've guessed it ...
... day in day out together and we haven't killed each other yet or had any major arguments. 12. Most people are friendly and decent, eager to assist and interested on what brings us into their lives and how our lives in the UK are different to theirs. 13. The world (at least where we went) is not as dangerous as you might think. We used common sense, gut instinct and were careful to respect people and their cultures or so we like to think! 14. Saving up whilst in ...
... was raised in 1982 and placed at Portsmouthin a stable preserved environment. When the timbers of the ship were recovered they found thousands of objects from it still on the sea floor. They are all on display in the museum too.
The Dockyards have proved to be a massive hits with Dan & Alex. At times they were acting out little scenes of sailors from whatever ship we were on at the time. On occassions that behaviour wore VERY thin, but ...