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Author Topic: Anybody got any ideas for different things an IA member can do when trapped in  (Read 911 times)

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Really Exciting Bournemouth By Night


.....trapped in Bournemouth? For 4 whole days! That's the four whole 24 hour days from the 19th to the 23rd of this month.

Over the years I've heard a lot about Bournemouth. About how it is God's waiting room etc. But I don't want to spend 4 whole days in a tour group traipsing round picturesque Zimmerframe factories or gazing at flocks of incontinence pads drying in the sunset.

No! I want ideas! I want to take my brain with me! I want to do and see new really interesting things! Off the beaten tourist path sort of things!

Does anybody have any ideas for what kind of other off-the-wall stuff I can get up to? Wacky museums! Weird stately homes! The weirder the better! Cultural venues that do not have constant background music playing endless Max Bygraves records! Places to eat that don't include chicken in a basket case!

You get my drift? Any alternative suggestions you can give me will be greatly appreciated, And the best wackiest most stimulating suggestion will be richly rewarded with an industrial sized bottle of Sanatogen.
« Last Edit: 08 June, 2017, 10:48:44 PM by P-Kasso2 »
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Nice one, Siasl. Thanks for the tip! Well, that takes care of Day One! And I've got some really heavy chains I could clank too. If the local A&E down there in Dorset is suddenly swamped by legions of blue-rinsed old ladies mysteriously throwing a mass thrombo on Bournemouth Prom, they can blame you!
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You want the Russell-Cotes museum http://russellcotes.com/
then once you've done that wander up the path and follow the coast to have a gander at the stunning Red Arrows' pilot's Jon Egging memorial. I won't spoil it with a picture beforehand and it may not do it justice anyway, it's a blinder.