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a couple of days away

Discussion in 'Personal' started by joli2, May 6, 2012.

  1. joli2

    joli2 New commenter

    Right I feel fine after 10 days of misery, it's bank holiday, I'm **** at planning anything and I fancy a couple of days away. I'd like seaside (even in the rain) and within a couple of hours drive from south london. Not Brighton because much as I love it, we go there a lot for day trips.
    Any ideas? What's Bournemouth like? I want to see Chesil Beach, but it looks like a long walk with no cafes..... mmm good food/pubs.....

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