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... plate which protected her guns and machinery. 700 seamen were needed to keep the ship operational but she never fired a shot in anger. Warrior's sails cover an overall area of 37,546 square feet.when powered by sail, the propeller was raised to reduce drag. All areas of the ship have been restored to replicate life on board in 1860. Next we went on a tour of Portsmouth dock and were amazed at the number of Royal Naval vessels moored in the dock. ...
7th June - Saturday
A lovely day leaving France, going back "home". The poppies along side of the road look lovely, we stopped and took some photos. We left early because we weren't sure where we were going, hadn't been for a test run, that can be too dramatic. Lots more people going back to England then there was coming over. Lined up, glad we ...
... so we duly downed it before heading to our plane.
The flight was uneventful but as we were waiting for our bags we spotted a comedian Paul Foot so Mandy got her photo taken with him- love a bit of celeb spotting.
We had pre-booked a taxi to take us to Gatwick so the journey was simple When we arrived at the hotel, we were staving so we grabbed a quick sandwich before calling it a night.
... out of the many we visited isn't bad.
Although we had the most amazing time we are glad we are home, we have certainly had enough of backpacks for now and certainly have had enough of aeroplanes. I'm sure we'll be planning for another trip in the future though, we are thinking travelling Europe for our next destination but who knows.
Thanks for reading. We'll see you next time.
Arron and ...
... city center just on the other side :)
When I finally found my way outside I was running out of time and will have to go back before returning to Denmark.
Back at the hotel we had to get ready for the first of two official dinners (invited by the company) at Horsley Towers. Beautiful location and superb food.......a great evening ...