A lovely long weekend with the family in lovely Tallinn.
Some snaps from around the capital: old town view, the Linnahall, Patarei Sea Fortress and Seaplane museum.
After a long afternoon making the most of it…
..the fish (fresh from Mortehoe) were slow-cooked on the BrillBarbie
Late starting and very slow, so the boy’s snugged down for the evening.
But it was well worth it. Super dinner and the perfect end to a lovely break down in Woolacombe with the FabFour™
A bit of Sculpture-Culture at Broomhill hotel and gardens. Absolutely top grub too.
St. Michael’s on the headland dates back to “a long time ago”.
A lovely spot – we found a real picture by a real artist to remember it by.
Russell Pond, if you’re reading, thank you.
(Yes, Fay is a real artist too, I meant compared to my pix not her’s, I’ll stop now, I feel the hole I’m digging is getting a tad too deep…)
The White Hut: an awe inspiring and peaceful place to spend a couple of days away to celebrate our anniversary.
Big thanks to Sharon & Alan for the recommendation; Les, Jessica, Hazel & Paul for looking after the three boys; and Clive & Jane for such a fantastic place.
Martin recommended the Needles and an amazing recommendation it was too. Old battery, new battery and the rocket engine test site. With views of the ‘needles, cliffs, caves and everything’!
The boys were fantastic with the hike down to the headland in the freezing weather. Special mention to little-F who managed to dig deep despite being several shades under the weather.
Lovely spot for some piccy snapping…
…and waving across the Solent to Nana and Granddad
(who didn’t wave back despite us being clearly visible).
Old Battery was sign-posted as closed at the start of the walk down, but don’t be put off, there’s great views and the National Trust redeemed itself with an open tea room!
A lovely end to a FAB thanksgiving weekend. Big thanks to KMDFM.