After breakfast at the Premier Inn, we did more exploring around Weston Super Mare. Compared to the ghost town that we experienced the night before, it was bustling on a weekday morning. The buildings looked prettier too.
The Weston Super Mare City Hall was located behind our hotel. Isn't it a beautiful building?
This display summed up my summer.
The same bookstore had clever advertising.
Zoe and a flower train.
A banana peel caution sign!
Felix can give this guy a challenge for his title.
We found another "American" restaurant.
The kids had fun in the arcade, which doubles as a casino.
We walked back to the beach and visited The Grand Pier, which had a large indoor arcade with rides, like a haunted house called the Grizzly Ghost Train. No, we didn't ride it.
The most twisted thing was this cannibalistic hot dog.
Remember when I mentioned "Sinking Mud" in Part One of my Weston Super Mare Trip Report? This is what happens when the tide is low. It stretches for miles. Kind of bleak, especially on an overcast day. It made me think of "The Swamp of Sadness" from The NeverEnding Story.
Closer to shore, where the sand isn't so "sinky", they had ponies pulling carts, and donkey rides. The kids were a little hesitant, but they ended up going for a donkey ride and finished with big smiles.
We ended our morning with a Ferris Wheel ride. The pirate themed mini golf next door looked fun, next trip!
Unfortunately, we had less than twenty-four hours to see Weston Super Mare. This seaside town is a great pick for a family vacation and we will definitely return.