The Pines Hotel
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... was really good. We all enjoyed the adventure. Keely had to carefully extract a glowing crystal from a Dalek before it came back to life. Later the kids had to jump on a floor panel to open the door to another chamber, We were expecting something to jump out at us in the cold forest of weeping angels but made it safely.
Finally at the end of the experience was the exhibition hall with lots of Dr Who memorabilia including two Tardis ...
... the motorhome making a presumption that I should be leaving the UK in about a week. I haven't been able to organise this earlier because they need to know departure dates and that was something I didnt know. I am having a few problems with this at the moment, but no doubt it will all work itself out.
Given the poor internet connections I am failing to upload photos. So I will publish this without them and then return and insert them at a later date.
... warm, lavishly furnished without being overbearing, and even had a secret staircase up to the roof. In the kitchen and servants area all of the original bells that would be pulled by residents in each of the various rooms were still mounted up in apparent working order. We had some delicious Italian for dinner in the largest town in the New Forest area called Lymington, which has Christmas lights lining the streets that look very pretty even in the pouring rain. Off to Bath ...
... Keith to ship this to me, either. :(
#7: Hurst Point High Light - Built in 1867. We climbed this tower on our last visit to the U.K., so we chose not to climb it again this time.
#8: Castle Gate - The original gate to the oldest part of the castle.
#9: Spiral stairs up the castle tower
#10: Donna & Jeff at Hurst Castle - Looking a little windblown... oh well, at least it was warm and sunny!
Map N: Route to London
... buy some sandwiches. They took so long, it was unbelievable but we finally got them and continued along the path steadily climbing and stopped to eat our sandwiches at a point on the path where it passed through some low bushes that provided protection from the wind. After lunch, it was back to the unsheltered cliff top and the walk became something of a roller coaster. ...