Cruising seems to be a fine act of juggling eating with more eating with sleep and trips ashore mixed in.
Since we boarded the ship at Leith we have had two lunches, two afternoon teas, two dinners and two breakfasts.
For me, it's Gateshead on the other side of the river than wins the photo competition!
The Sage (or Dead Silver Slug as the coach driver called it), the Baltic Flower Mill, now an art gallery, and the Gateshead Tilting Millennium Bridge.
Newcastle only had half the swing bridge and halves of the railway bridge and Tyne Bridge itself.
|MS Quest for Adventure, Port of Tyne|
|Gateshead Millenium Bridge and Baltic Flour Mill|
|North Shields Fish Quay|
|Tynemouth Priory and Castle|
|Geordie Beach on Quayside|
|Gateshead Millenium Bridge|