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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Chazz Rheinhold, May 10, 2022.
I'm in Glastonbury, it's weird.
You mean the quietness?
There's a bloke with what looks like a big empty brandy glass stirring it with a wooden stick, surprising how much noise it makes, among many other things.
We booked Gouves in Crete for next June last night.
Very odd place.
It’s full of pretentious arseholes.
I went there a few years ago and was unfortunate enough to witness 2 of said pretentious hippy ****houses greet one another.
‘ oh hi man, haven’t seen to in , like , ages.’
‘ oh hi , ya, basically I’ve been living beyond the rainbow.’
‘ wow, that’s cosmic’.
What a pair of silly ****s.
Place is full of ‘em.
Are you sure that you where in Glasto and not on a farm in Kansas, Carmine?
It's better now, I've moved on to the south coast near Weymouth.
Arrived at Reighton sands, 4 days, 3 kids (4 with me) caravan is bloody brilliant, view of the sea from my balcony is nay bad. Kids are already arguing so it’s a walk to the pub for norm. My grandson is on the autism spectrum, he is totally obsessed with his iPad, not going well at the moment as we all were going to go for a walk around the site and phe just wants to stay in. Right now I could dive in that water and keep swimming until I hear a foreign voice lol. On another note city to win or draw tomorrow….
Piebald Inn in Hunmanby is worth the short drive for a decent bite to eat, its speciality is pies, very good they are, but the other things are good. Generous portions as well. Spirit Of Yorkshire Distillery in Hunmanby worth a visit whilst you are there as well.
In California for the next 3 weeks, any tips and must see’s?
It’s a rather big place
Narrow it down a bit
San Francisco / San Jose / Santa Barbara / San Diego
Although the itinerary is pretty fluid
Back story of this place made it an interesting visit. San Jose.
If you're going as far as Santa Barbara you might as well have a look at Santa Monica and LA. A bit nearer SF though I liked Monterey.
Monterey would have been better to visit in 1967.
Will check them both out, cheers!
This does look interesting!
Somebody off here recommended Monterey to me as a good place for a boat trip for whale watching. It didn’t disappoint, a great experience.