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... and Uncles, and a cousin. We were all gathered here to celebrate my Nana and Grandad's 50th wedding anniversary.
Saturday night there was to be a feast! But first we were to explore Arundel Castle, a short drive away.
Arundel Castle was really good. We bought Goldplus status tickets, which is the highest level you can get, so we were allowed to go everywhere.
... balanced with regard to combat fighters, but the artilery were balanced by having different resources. The Sussex militia having most of the archers, but the Duke (with more money and resources) having two cannon. It didn't do him any good, as the archers overran the cannon and took them out in the first session.
All the players looked like they were having a great time, and except for the children crying from all the noise, so did the punters.
Time to move on again, this time to stay with our friends Jenny and Roger on Hayling Island, near Portsmouth.
It only took about an hour to drive to the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard where we spent the day.
We had been smart to order tickets the night before as our queue to enter was much shorter than for those buying tickets on the day. The tickets were £1.00 cheaper too.
First we visited the HMS Warrior which was built in 1860 and was such a ...
... plan had been to take an early ferry the following morning from Dunkerque to Dover but by the time L got the internet in the Auchan shopping centre in Dunkerque it was too late to get a discounted fare so we had an extra day in France while the rain continued to tip down. D had checked out a couple of options for something to do that day but it was far too wet.
We arrived back in England, still raining and made our way to Heathers.
... many roses in bloom at present. There are some large willow trees by the entrance and some huge yew trees in the middle as well as other trees and flowers. A new visitor’s centre built of mostly glass has yet to be fitted out. It is on the site of the Military hospital where most of these soldiers had been taken and where they died. The surrounding area is farming country with large hop and potato fields, and nearby the small village of Lijsenhoek. All ...