The Priory Hotel
Travel Blogs from Wareham
... Lucy in a chavalanche. Luckily she made it through shaken but unscathed and we sat down and 'relaxed' for ten minutes waiting for our coach. Well, the coach was the usual mixture of body odour; tinged with cheap deodorant and hormones, along with foreign students trying to recline their seats into your knees. At one point, the driver became rather excitable and we thought we'd accidentally got on a party bus and would be high-fived for enduring ...
... Mary Rose museum (to be highly recommended). Returning via the Victory (Nelsons Ship) we try to recreate a photo Chris & I has taken some 55 years ago when our parents took us to see the Victory...Just got to find the original to see how close we were!
Another highlight, little Oli, our 4 year old grand nephew, what a delightful ...
Left house 2pm after slow morning.
Drove to Bournemouth
Bear Factory for clothes
Gardens - Vintage brass band - Aida dancing, bubbles
Pier - Helter Skelter
Glass wine at restaurant
Collet online shop from Asda
Home to see Yusuf
... Hardy and Aida go on two including ferris wheel with me.
We sit on the beach and the children play at the water edge for hours, Hardy loves throwing pebbles and stones into the water.
Yusuf joins us after work and we catch the bus back to Jenni's. The children have baths and dinner then we drive back to Bournemouth.
... the cards but said they would give us a powered site worth 20 pounds for the unpowered site cost of 15 pounds. That’s good. Plus there was a pub attached. Lovely camp ground. Lovely pub, lovely pub meal for Pete and entr'e for me. Now he is playing Bingo – I hope he wins.
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It has been a lovely day. All camping grounds should have a pub attached with food.
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I must stop listening ...