Royal Maritime Club
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... Azores & Madeira ( http://emailfredolsencruises.com/8ID-3G AN3-5O3VIU-1MXZEC-0/c .aspx ) 28th June 2015 • 13 nights Braemar • Dover • M1519 Cruise from £649pp* Dover • Praia da Vitoria, Azores • Ponta Delgada, Azores • Funchal, Madeira (overnight) • Avilés, Spain • Dover ( http://emailfredolsencruises.com/8ID-3G AN3-5O3VIU-1MXZED-0/c .aspx ) Scandinavian Islands & ...
... Did the obligatory turn around the pier and wander on the beach, surprised to find it was rocks not sand, though Ray argued later that they were pebbles but he's silly pebbles are small these were somewhere between rocks and stones! Traffic was fairly hideous getting out of Brighton but not so bad once we got back onto the motorway. Back to Ray and Janes before we all headed over to the pub we were staying at for a yummy ...
... created by Marc Chagall, as they remembered his artwork from the Metz Cathedral!
After the cathedral we visited the Information Centre which had a museum attached to it depicting life in Chichester from the Roman occupation up to WWII. We were also surprised that the Centre was built around the site of Roman baths. We spent quite a few hours exploring Chichester and think we have made a good choice in selecting this location as a base.
We ventured further south to Portsmouth to visit Nelson's ship The Victory best known for her battle of Trafalgar well worth visiting and reading the history,450 Miles later we were home safe after a fantastic weekend, thanks to Ian, Diane,Jenny & Steve.
On 7th May 1765 HMS Victory was floated out of the Old Single Dock in Chatham's Royal Dockyard. In the years to come, over an unusually long service, she would ...
... in 2008 a grant was given to complete the conservation of the ship and build a permanent museum dedicated to her alone. Today we visited the Warrior and Victory, Marcus was in his element. But I very much enjoyed the sites as well. There were lots of volunteers on board to answer any questions you had, and that we did, you just could not imagine how so many people could live in either of these working ships. There was 821 crew on ...