South Lodge Hotel
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... to pull my chair out for me, or put my napkin in my lap. Nothing much actually happened on the ship there were diffrent theatrical performances every night and a nice indoor swimming pool. The best part was this lovely couple who is going to let us stay with them in York, England. A fun fact, I tried es cart go on the ship... it taste like butter and garlic but I will never eat it again because knowing it was snail freaked me out too much!
... back when England was on top of the heap. The lights were very low, but we know it takes more than a little dim lighting to stop me!
I wouldn't be able to tell you everything I saw because I didn't know what half of it was...I'd be walking along with a destination in mind, and suddenly be sucked into some great exhibit. Some of the high points for me were the Constables, Turner, and the Rossetti, the beautiful Broadwood piano decorated by William Morris, the awesome ...
... I was scared I wouldn't be back in time. When we got there we parked in the parking building and walked down to the beach. We went to the disgusting public toilets and then walked along the beach to the pier. They got money out and we went and ordered fish and chips. It was huge and very fatty but I ate it all coz I don't like leaving stuff on my plate. I like it with tatare and sauce and mayonnaise.
Then we ...
... gorgeous countryside. It was a wonderful few days and an experience we'll not forget.
We left Melanie and Keith near Birmingham and caught a bus back to London, where we spent a few more days and busily organised our next ...
... UK, we decide to do a very British staycation and check out options for Cornwall and the Lake District instead. But having just driven to the Westcountry and back I'm feeling decidely lazy. If we're gonna take some time off, let's stay local. And so a little plan forms for a few days of glorious tourism on our very own doorstep.
Three days later and freedom arrives, so with a slap of suncream and a jaunty tilt of a straw hat we set off in the mood for some ...