Yesterday in Guildford for farmers market, cold and grey and misty.
Today in Winchester for street food market, sunny, but very cold.
On my way, looked in Alton Station Cafe. What was tonight for biker night special? Chicken casserole. Moussaka? OK.
Walked down the hill into Winchester, but then on a detour to St John’s Church. It would have been easier to have walked down to the church by going on a detour down the hill.
Inside, a very unusual church.
Instead of later, when it would have been cold and dark, a walk alongside the River Itchen, the boundary of the Roman city, around the backstreets, and into the High Street through the Cathedral grounds.
Popped into P & G Wells. They usually have a wonderful window display. Sadly not today. Even they admitted, would you wish to give or receive autobiographies of Nick Clegg or Ed balls for Christmas. And no, they have not sold.
I suggested put in the window And the Weak Suffer What They Must? and accompany it with The Global Minotaur.
Christmas Market and ice Rink opens on Friday 18 November 2016.
Around the back of the Cathedral, like walking into a deep freeze.
Falafel off Falafel stall. This time hot.
Then coffee at Coffee Lab. Coffee Lab too cold with door open, Coffee Lab Academy instead, where it was warm, but noisy. And I get a cappuccino by Dan. I asked him where had the training machines gone. He said they had been loaned out for an event, but would be coming back.
Longer in Winchester than I had intended. By now very cold.
Bus to Alton Station.
Moussaka at Alton Station Cafe, then train.