Well we did just that and had ice cream and walked about. It was so lovely and I just cannot wait to go again but next time I am putting our bikes on the rack and taking them. At first we parked in a car park at the very end of the boardwalk and even though I asked if there was something closer and more centralised I was told no. After walking for a good distance and barely touching the tip of the iceberg we marched back to the car, glared at the attendant and left in search of something better. We found it and it was perfect. I wasn't about to let the first incident mar the evening.
The girls became a lot more excited once they saw all the people and the fun. Rosie immediately wanted to rent a bike but being an evil mother I told her she had to eat first. We found a lovely little restaurant, the Boardwalk Grill and had dinner with a truly fantastic view.
|She is bubbling over with happiness|
|demure. ( the man behind us was with an extremely drunk woman, she was so trashy but entertaining)|
|our view from the table. Yes, really|
|Rosie was so ridiculously happy, we all were but she took the cake|
|This is going to be entertaining|
|and we are off.|
|such a lovely view|
|glad renting this was not an option|
|hello Mr. Bird|
Ice cream was next on the agenda.
|It takes so little to make her smile so big|
|A handball court. They whacked the ball against the wall with their hands. incredible.|
A new favourite place and we can't wait to go back.