Friday, 19 February 2010

The Deep - Hull - yorkshire - UK.

Our 1st port of call in Hull was the Deep.
(click here for info)

What a fab looking building it is.

Our coach stopped at the Humber Bridge for coffee before we reached Hull, as we went into the visitors centre, we saw a poster for the Deep, so we purchased our tickets there, and we were real lucky as they were selling their tickets for last years price. 1st stroke of luck
When we arrived at the Deep(being 1/2 term) kids kids and kids, all waiting to buy their tickets,,,,we walked straight through their line and into the entrance, 2nd stroke of luck. OK plenty of kids inside but not enough to make it a dissaster, we really enjoyed our tour.
Tune in tomorrow to see, what we saw.
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13 comments:

Sunny said...

Very cool looking structure, can't wait to see inside!
Sunny :)

Dar said...

You have my curiosity peeked.
God Bless

RuneE said...

I must admit that I had to Google "The Deep", but Knowing you there is more to follow.

James said...

I like the look of this place. It has very unusual angles. I want to see the inside too.

Krista said...

What a fantastic structure! Great shot!

Don't you love it when things just 'work out' like that? :o)

Lynn said...

That is a striking building. Is is low tide and thus it looks like it's sitting on mud or muddy water?

Abe Lincoln said...

Interesting looking building this submarium. Don't think I had ever seen it before.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Mac, That looks like a very interesting building.. Can't wait to see what you saw on the inside---besides KIDS. ha ha
Betsy

Gail's Man said...

I've googled it too as I had no idea what it was about. Surprised Hull has got such an attraction.

Teacher's Pet said...

I love the photo...and I followed the link. Spectacular. I can't wait to see your next blog...looking forward to it with much anticipation. I'm so happy that you are able to go to so many wonderful places....(and that you share them via photos with us!)
Smiles from Jackie

Lew said...

An unusual building for a big fish tank! I'm looking forward to seeing some of the sea creatures you found.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: That is a neat structure.

yesbuts said...

Didn't know that people actually visited Hull.