Premier Inn Southampton West
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... the beautiful city of Bergen. ( %20http://emailfredolsencruises.com/8ID -3NK3Y-5O3VIU-1RAGW2- 0/c.aspx ) ( %20http://emailfredolsencruises.com/8ID -3NK3Y-5O3VIU-1RAGW2- 0/c.aspx ) Fred.’s Top 10 2016 Bergen Cruises 1. Norwegian Cities & Fjords Dover • 9 nights • 1st Apr 2016 Braemar • M1607 From £899pp Dover • Stavanger , Norway • Cruising Karmsund • Flam, Norway • Cruising ...
We have retired to our room for the night, relishing the last ten hours of being in this country. Bellies full, and Rob just finished in a bath with lavender scented bubbles (made locally), and is now editing a few of this afternoons photos for this post.
My senses are still thrumming with the vibrance of this evening.
Our first meal on English soil - eaten after a three-hour walk in the countryside - meant we splurged and ordered the ...
... hitting our car. He is quite a big thing to see out of our window as we are sitting there. All we can see is the grill of his engine. I think we were close to abandoning the car because he was getting so close and they wasn't anyway we could move the car. Luckily that was probably the scariest part of our trip.
Finally we are moving onto the ferry. We are climbing up onto a ramp which is over several levels of cars. We are guided to ...
... us some slightly bizarre looks in the PC World car park, Bury St Edmunds. We plan to bang some tunes out in modest fashion - It has been fully agreed that Taylor Swift will be making a daily appearance on the playlist. Any tune recommendations fully appreciated?
Tonight we head to Goodwood for a the official leaving party after a glass of champ on the Longden's lawn with a few friends and family - ...
... saw another small school of dolphins surfing the ships bow wave which was an amazing sight - they actually appeared to be having fun skipping in and out of the surf. The seas are a little heavier today with a three to four metre swell and the northerly wind is blowing at force 5. Just to our north is a huge weather depression which the Captain is avoiding by sailing further south than he had planned to do in order to avoid the depression as it is causing very heavy seas. Let's hope ...