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We didn't sleep, but got in safely and managed to make it out for lunch (a pint and some fish & chips), a tour of Hyde Park, and a nice dinner in Notting Hill.
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... a few cafes further along the waterfront. We walked as far as the ferry terminal and then back along Main Street until we got to Pusser's Store which is an Island institution, named after the rum rations given to sailors by the purser. It started life as a bar and now sells some quite upmarket clothing. We had bought a polo shirt many years ago from here that is still going, so bought another! Then we stopped for coffee at ...
... Bournemouth city centre which lasts 75 minutes, is guided by a retired English gentleman who shows us all the main sights.
Bournemouth's first resident in 1810 was Tregonwell whose wife loved the beach area and persuaded him to build a house there. He bought more property and buildings including the local pub, renamed Tregonwell Arms although there was no settlement there until 1937.
At the end of the 18th century, spending time at the ...