Avalon Guest Accommodation
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Despite only just arriving in the UK I decided to head down to Brighton (about an hour south of London) to see one of my favourite bands, Asking Alexandria ♡. Now this particular band had already been to Australia this year for our iconic Soundwave Festival... which I went to not only once but twice, was one of the greatest decision of my life and totally worth the 2nd degree sunburn (Sorry mum) Asking Alexandria are a band from ...
Awaking to gum leaves outside the window, we were able to fully appreciate the glory of the Eagle Hotel in daylight. Breakfast was good although, as another guest said to her mother when she's asked for her eggs cooked a certain way 'don't ask for miracles.'
We travelled to Battle, a quaint little village with beautiful shops, most of which I couldn't stand up in. Battle is most famous as the location of the Battle of Hastings. We were able to walk around the battlefield ...
... scared silly.
Afterwards, we went to the London Bridge and walked around the Borough markets. I had a glass of rather nice sangria. We went to lunch at the Wine Wharf which turned out to be terrible. The starters were great but the mains, well, needless to say, we both took one bite of our mains and literally spat them back up. It was that bad. It was all good though, because we left and now we have a funny story.
... fried bread, fried black pudding, fried hash browns and baked beans, covered with lashings of your favourite sauce which should either be ketchup or my personal choice, HP sauce. Not "brown" sauce. **** off. It's got to be HP or it's just not proper.
We call it a fry up. Fry ALL of the things. Basically, a full English, when done right, should make your arteries bleed just ...
... nice I get to have my photo up for everyone to see plus a buzz light year doll to play with and they gave me £50 worth of vouchers My commute from Brighton to London takes about 2hours all up one way, my morning routine strangely consists of me getting a good seat and listening to music while on stumble upon looking at paranormal things online I guess I enjoy being spooked early in ...