Another post so soon! Yes but I thought I would share our Sunday outing with you.
Sunday was my daughter’s birthday and I was picked up after church and we all went down to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. We being myself, my daughter, her husband, their daughter and a friend who is at present lodging with them.
We started at the Mary Rose museum where we took a picture of the lodger: James in the stocks!
And here is the birthday girl with a well known king.
And here is a little (or maybe medium sized) princess.
We weren’t able to see the Mary Rose itself but later we did get to see the place that they’ve built to house it. I saw a very interesting programme on television about it a little while ago.
We decided to head over to Gun Wharf Quays for lunch, passing HMS Warrior on the way.
When we got there, I photographed the Spinnaker tower though I have been here before.
We found a restaurant my daughter likes called Wagamama, the cuisine looks to Japan apparently.
My daughter and I had something whose name I can’t remember but it looked like this:
and it was really delicious. (James was amused by the way I twirled the noodles round my chopsticks. 🙂 )
And there were a couple of side dishes to share as well
After lunch we all headed back to the Historic dockyard.
and this time we went to see the
I have been before a long time ago so the ship did look strange with topmasts and rigging missing.
We had to bend low to go inside.
I won’t bore you with all the pictures I took inside but this looked rather splendid.
And a little girl asked me to photograph her next to one of the ship’s guns.
The tables are hanging from the ceiling – amazing.
Then it was time to go home. As we walked back the Warrior was still there.
One day had not been long enough to see everything but the tickets will still be valid in a fortnight so we are coming back on Saturday week to see HMS Warrior and the Submarine museum.
On their way back to Aylesbury everyone came back to my house and had cake. They really enjoyed the Battenburg of my last post and of course I gave my daughter the rest to take home. But I do still have some of the off-cuts (well I had to taste it when it came out of the oven to check it was alright!) and the marzipan, which I can have with a cup of tea later today.