Premier Inn Portsmouth - Port Solent
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We had a lovely room, simple and quiet.
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After our exciting night at the theatre it was hard to get to sleep but after getting a few hours we were up and rearing to go fairly early. So into the peugot we jumped and set the GPS for Monkey World.
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We visited Thomas Hardy’s homes – the cottage, built by his grand-father, where he was born in 1840 and Max Gate, the house he built in Dorchester and where he died in 1924. Both homes were fairly small and modest – of more interest was the information about Hardy himself, his 2 wives and his pets! On the way home, we stopped at ...
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... 50mph…. The customs lady called us forward and asked me where the boot was on the car? I pointed at the suitcase which rather confused her so she asked me to take the case off the car and place it in the scanner and myself through the metal detector. Anne did not have to get out nor did the lady search the rest of the car, I guess all it proved was that the contents of the case and I were harmless, I think we have all known that for some time. A ...
... many visits. From there we returned to Brockenhurst via Netley Abbey, a former Cistercian site taken over during the Henry VIIIs' dissolution of the abbeys & now a ruin.
Had dinner with John & Caroline Brace at a local pub. Caroline has given up the B & B business & Jaohn is semi retired. They have a beautiful new caravan & plan to spend much of their time travelling with it in ...