We got up early as we had a bus to catch at 9.45am, so it was shower and out for us.. We left the old battery in the Marina Reception which was going back today, and made our way into Lincoln.
We walked the high street and stopped at a place called Churchill's.
We then walked up the hill, called "Steep Hill" and you just felt you were in the Hovis advert..
We had walked off breakfast already so we went to the cathedral first.
As you can't go up the towers it didn't seem to take us long to see it, so we came out and wandered over to the castle.
The sun had come out, so refreshed we thought it best to walk the walls first.. It was blowing a gale but still warm so we took the free audio tour and took the stairs to the top of the wall.
We have got to say it was so interesting and well worth the time in doing it..
We even had a Red Arrows display overhead as we went round so it was good timing, you can just spot them to the side of the cathedral here..
It was then over to the Victorian Prison, and this was first separated into murders and debtors' and then later into men and women and each cell tells a story.
It was quite a tiring day and we were pleased to put our feet up.. We were watching a bit of telly before we crashed out and then we heard a BONK! down the side followed by a splash!.. Tooty was in and panicking with a meow and splashing. Al checked and then called Del panicking. Del then grabbed the net off the roof and we honked him out, with his little heart racing! He had tried to turn on the gunwale with geese chasing him or him chasing geese, bad move! He's in now for the night!