Premier Inn Portsmouth - Port Solent
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We had a lovely room, simple and quiet.
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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 ...
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While sitting in a quite residential street Amy and I used the iPad to picked a hotel called Jingles in a town called Emsworth further along the A3. Jingles was nice with a guest lounge downstairs, with one on the bedrooms on the ground level, and the other upstairs.
We went out for tea at an Italian Restaurant, Jessamy, Amy and Ian had Lasagne which was very nice - the best one so far on this ...
... been taught. So although we may try to enter into a new culture with what we think is an open-mind, we have walked away realising just how closed it actually was. 3. To find a better self, we were constantly challenged when travelling. We were forced to challenge, as I said above, preconceived ideas, to learn how to communicate when no one in the conversation speaks the same language, and to speak-up when we needed to meet new people. We were challenged by ...
... for those times. It sits on the water floating quite happily and at the bottom where the hold is, you are 23 feet below the sea level outside. The Warrior was used for torpedo practice by the British Navy at the end of its usefull life. They attempted to sell it for scrap but had no takers until in 1979 it was saved and the empty shell placed at Portsmouth for re-fitting back to its current splendour at the cost of 3million Pounds.