It was far too early to go to the ferry dock so my plan was to fill the afternoon with a visit to The Deep, which is an aquarium built on a regenerated site where the muddy river Hull joins the grey waters of the Humber and on the site of the now disused Hull shipyards and docks.
On account of the fact that I have got a one year pass that gives me free entry until next June and I am determined to get full value from this I have visited The Deep several times but Jonathan had never been so I dragged him along in the hope that he would like an afternoon looking at fish and insects just as much as I would.
Lovely photo of the Spurn. Do you think the city actually changed from bad to good from 2003 to 2017, or did the voters’ tastes change? I guess with the gentrification you mentioned, it was probably cleaned up and that makes a difference.
It certainly improved thanks to all of the investment!
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