The weekend just gone we had a therapeutic no-kids-no-phones-get-away-from-it-all 24 hours to ourselves (no doubt more about that later).
On the way back we spent a couple of hours in Bosham, on the coast in East Sussex. A quaint little village, it's most memorable feature being the coastal road, which gets completely submerged every high tide. There are even signs in the local pub warning that if you are parked there and high tide is due, then the road and possibly your car won't be there when you leave. ! The big question is, if it floods every time the tide comes in why on earth did they build it there. ?