Avalon Guest Accommodation
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Today jonny strapped his van! then jonny made us some healthy lunch of potatoes, chicken and veg..... then i took him to get his haircut and dropped him at the pub where he went to tangerine after. I just stayed at home seeing mum and preparing this page etc.
tomorrow is our leaving night! very excited
... around the streets as we where staying just off the beach road and not far from the Brighton Wheel. We walked down and had a ride on the wheel as the weather had slightly cleared that you could actually see the end of the pier. Walking back to the hotel we found some really interesting second hand shops. We decided to go out for a bite to eat and walked back around the corner to the beach and found a great pub directly across the road from the Pier but it was way to cold to sit ...
... who what I've heard talks a lot and are just full of energy! They're also bringing there dog. On the picture, he looks like a smaller great dane. It's going to be great! Even more brits to talk to! I haven't decided though if I'm gonna be home, or if I should go and see the Seven Sister tomorrow. If I go to the Seven Sisters tomorrow I can tell you more about them :)
Hope you all have a good, swedish time back home!
... stove. I've never become more close to home brand products before and I've got to say, they are no different than the expensive stuff!
Although work has come into my life, a friend of mine managed to not get lost in London on the weekend! We had a great day discovering many attractions and I proudly revealed my embarrassing tourist side when I some what mistakenly got confused with the famous building 'The Gherkin' and called it 'The Guacamole' and ...
... is lovely as it passes the coastline with brilliant views of the cliffs, sea, Beachy head. We walked the pier at Eastbourne and then took the bus 12x back to Brighton Pier.
We walked the Brighton pier, had chips, ice cream and we took the bus 77 to Devil`s Dyke. It is very tranquil place to relax with great views of the valley, this is also a good place to have a picnic, long walks with fresh air and you can have a drink or two in the pub. We did not spend ...