the Lemon Market was charming (mostly closed, but what we saw looked nice). We found a friendly (and very clean) native.
We strolled through the Pannier Market (this one was pretty permanent looking- more like Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia than the flea-market sort of thing they did in Tavistock). We also noted a restaurant and said 'hey, we should remember that' - about which more anon.
|Lifeboat launching ramp|
On the way back to the hotel, we stopped at Sainsbury's so Jonathan could get one last soda. We'd grown accustomed to Sainsbury's- it's a common grocery chain, usually on the small side by American standards. Not this one! It looked like a cross between Walmart, Home Depot and a warehouse store. It made us a little sad to see it- we spend most of our time in England in town centers, and although we know that the bland retail spaces exist in England, we don't usually see them.
Fortunately, we didn't have anything like that in our immediate future. The next day would be all scenic, all the time.