There are also some lovely craft shops, food shops and boutiques within the complex. Mind you, it was so expensive, very much for all the foreign tourists. I don't care if the peanuts were grown in gold pots, I am not paying £9.50 for a jar of peanut butter! Prices are a bit steep round here.
I popped into a bakery in Woodbridge for some bread. The chap in front of me asked for a sliced sandwich loaf, which was actually what I wanted. When the young lady handed it to him and asked for £2.70 my jaw hit the floor and I left. We have a really good bakers in Tollesbury (with the oldest bread oven in England) and the exact same loaf is £1.30. Both bakers could be considered artisan bakers but one is in a fashionable area and one isn't, I really don't know how they can justify the difference. I ended up buying some bread in Waitrose, which was very good and nowhere near as expensive.
After a busy day we are shattered and Alfie has already taken himself off to bed. I shall not be long behind him, but Pete is listening to the Arsenal game on the radio before he turns in. I hope to goodness they win, I want him in a good mood tomorrow x