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Travel Blogs from Bognor Regis
... and that she wouldn't get to Brighton until much later. But as we're looking for a seat, Laura is leaning out of the train waving her hand and smiling.
When we got to Brighton it was warm out and the sun was shining. It took us 40 minutes to walk to our hostel, which turned out to be really sketchy and everyone there was unfriendly and weird. After we checked in we took a walk back into town on the boardwalk and relaxed in the sun. ...
... modern navy of the UK
Of great interest was t museum dedicated to the 'Mary Rose" a war ship built by Henry the 8th to fight of and protect his "new" protestant state from the Pope and Holy Rome.
Built in mid 1600 it served for 34 years before it went down in battle ....half the ship has been saved and preserved because it was covered my mud for 500 years. It took 30 years to process and protect the ...
... of our Lady and St Philip Howard (to give it it's full title) I was very disappointed to find that despite its 1400's French gothic appearance, it was built in the 1800's by some rich bloke.
Apparently John Constable died whilst painting Arundel Castle and Mill.
The town is full of antique shops and gift shops as well as the ubiquitous Pizza Express and Prezzo restaurants
Had a coffee in one of the many cafes before ...
... an enjoyable vibe. Lunch called so we strolled down the Lane, a bustling little shopping street that could almost fir a lorry, to the Roccoco for paninis and coffee. Another round of people watching as we enjoyed very fresh, nicely toasted focaccia bread. The 2 hour parking ended all too quickly so it was back to Corsa and on the road to home with A quick stop at Sainburys to replace the French press that hadn't survived the morning ...
... heating and fridge to work off the leisure battery.
By this time - we were absolutely knackered. So, to bed!
This van has a French bed - or corner bed. Which means that one of you has to climb over the other to get in and out of bed. Fine if you are a youngster with a cast iron bladder, but not so good for oldies who need to have a pee in the middle of the night.
Actually, the bed itself had a lot to recommend it. It was hugely comfortable and adequately sized.