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Travel Blogs from Skegness
... and goes into great detail about 'Seahenge' which is an amazing archeological find of a few years ago of a submerged timber arrangement similar to Stonehenge but dates back to roughly 2100 years BC. They have recreated a life size replica of this astonishing Bronze Age timber circle. Dinner in a local pub which we finally found on the outskirts of the town centre and back to The Beeches around 7pm. Doug thinks we probably walked about 7 kms all told this ...
Hi all, for the last few days we've been trying to work out why we booked into Skegness, and neither of us know the answer, except that it's about half way between York and Norfolk.
Leaving Whitby yesterday we headed for the north York moors and the village of Gotheland, which was Aidensfield in the TV series Heartbeat. The drive and walk over the moors was excellent, and the scenery breathtaking.
Our time in York was excellent. York is a walled city with the ...
Since Tony & Judith needed to head home yesterday to take care of things there, we got to tour parts of Boston, England with Chrissie & Brian. They had enjoyed touring a guildhall that had some held some history with the founding father of the US so they thought we might be interested in the building which we were.
Jon, the children & I drove over to Chrissie & Brian's place, which is only 20 mins from us. I ...
... to see what the rest of the park looked like. Mr climbed on a tractor that no longer worked and then the kids played on structure for younger children. After playing on the smaller play structure we decided to go visit more of the farm. We walked over to where they have these small wooden house for the children to play in. Mr loved going in and shutting the door and then coming out and running to another house. He could have probably played there all day. ...
So today was plane day. There were two aviation centers in the area & since both of them were small and close together we thought we would do both.
The first one was the aviation heritage center. It was on what once was an airstrip that was used during WW II. The center had a Lancaster, which still ran, & a Dakota in a hanger. The hanger had a lot of plane parts recovered from different accidents since the 2nd World War. They ...
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