Gosport trip 3rd May 2014

A sunny Saturday and we trained to Portsmouth Harbour, ferried to Gosport and walked through the busy pedestrian shopping and market street westwards.  After half an hour left the centre on a cycle and pedestrian track made from an abandoned railway, heading south for Alverstoke.  This place has a grand crescent in the Georgian style seen in Bath and Brighton, built as a new resort it failed to grow and is now a pleasing oddity.

The Crescent at Alverstoke

The Crescent at Alverstoke

Nephew Laurence and his wife Lynsey fed us in  their sunny garden and – special treat  – provided me with a bottle of Gosport based Oakleaf Brewery’s India Pale Ale.  Delicious.  We also met Harrison, who, at nine weeks old had little to say.

Lunch with beer at Laurence and Lynsey's

Lunch with beer at Laurence and Lynsey’s

 

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