The Fortescue Arms
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... waiters at the restaurant where we had dinner. Sadly we couldn't stay up for the bingo and quiz night being held in the lounge of our hotel - we beat the senior citizens to bed - all this touristing really takes it out of you. Next day we woke to clear skies - the bluest I've seen in my whole time here so off we tripped to the SS Great Britain in Bristol (don't worry dad, I took heaps of photos) and on to our new home in ...
... to say all of our goodbyes to family and friends but i'm sure it wont be long before we see you all again ��
We are now at a campsite in Poole for a couple of nights before the grand depart on Saturday morning......feeling chilled with a glass of wine and wondering what the next few months have in store for us.
More to come soon, enjoy our blog ...
We have a boat pass for the vaperetto which is like the London Underground with boats. We think it's best to go to the lagoon islands whist we have it. According to the map this takes 2 boats. It is actually like waiting for a train. We get off the boat and realise we shouldn't have and had to wait for the next. A couple of Italian women got very irate when it arrived and pushed their way on in a flurry of ...
... 20 years ago, with similar SUV’s and vans
that we have at home. There are probably more varieties and makes of cars than
we have (eg. Rover, Citroen, or Peugeot) as well they have as all the US and
Japanese makes. And there seem to be lots of luxury cars wherever we go.
The other thing that we notice is RV’s, which are gaining in popularity. They may not be
as big or as plentiful as we have, and not as many styles. ...
... call Watchet for lunch. Another quaint harbour village on the coast. These little villages have roads that weave in and out of each other and little alley ways to get through to houses or other roads. It is easy to see where the 'cow paths' were because that is where they put the roads and where the houses were built. Lunch was great, in a little pub, where I had the jacket potatoe with mayo and tuna. We walk down by the ...