Day two

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Somewhere on our way

No wake-up call??

Our beds are soft and we sleep until we wake up, and we make ready for breakfast.

DFDS cooks share the belief that breakfast is the most important meal of the day;) YES!

Bread, meat, eggs of all sorts, fish and fruits fill the shelves first, than your tummy.

 

We enter the Tyne, and when the dock comes in sight, we go below to disembark.

After the customs (do exactly what they say, they don’t tolerate liberalism) we are on the road to our destination, driving on the left side (in the UK they call that the right side:), taking the uncountable roundabouts.

It is fall, and colours are beautiful. After a three hours drive we arrive at Brunston Castle Holiday park, Dailly.

It is not even two o clock, to early to enter the house yet, so we decide to do our shopping first, and having a beer in 'The Clubhouse' (the Golf Club Restaurant) next.

Checking the weeks programm

 

After we enter the house and we sit on the terrace as the weather is lovely.

After dinner we walk into the village to have a beer in the local pub (the Queen’s Head)

 

We go to bed real late (: still feeling CET, as GMT is 1 hour earlier) to have a great night sleep.

 

Changes:

DFDS Seaways: enter without waiting; dinner and breakfast printed on room key, no air-co sound, no wake up call at 6:something am.

Tom-tom (sat. navigator): no little detours through the fields to arrive on the same road after 3 miles of country lanes.

Brunston Castle Holiday park: Bar closed, alliance with Golf-Club restaurant for entertainment program, swimming pool being re-furbished, new television set, new TV-table, new bed-linen.

Dailly Village: Local CO-OP supermarket changed the location of all food stuff; Tilly restaurant for sale:(

huibdos says:
Please look on http://brunston.hyves.nl for a Dutch "how do we get across" I wrote (and might translate when I have time.)
Posted on: Oct 05, 2009
KeikoCreative says:
Can see u are promoting for the cruise:P My husband and I are considering it now;))
Posted on: Oct 04, 2009
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Somewhere on our way
Somewhere on our way
Checking the weeks programm
Checking the weeks programm
In da house (?)
In da house (?)
The hotel/restaurant of the Brunst…
The hotel/restaurant of the Bruns…
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photo by: huibdos