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... to Brighton Pier it was dusk (only 4:30PM) and so we took some more photos with the carnival lights on. It was definitely much calmer now and there had been blue sky on occasion during the afternoon. We drove back to the hotel by driving along the beach, to avoid the central traffic, and around the outskirts of town. We had tea in the Harvester with most of the family eating the same as last night - must have been good the first ...
... and the condition of the loan is that it's not photographed. But seriously, go and wrap your eyeballs around the interior of the only royal palace in Britain that isn't owned by the royals themselves or the state. #12: Catch the Volks Electric Train to the Marina. It's actually not that far to the Marina, you can walk it, but why bother when you can park your **** on a bit ...
... to the additional distance and noise, so Hannah and made a relatively quick return to the beach. Frankly, the crowd was too much for even me on the promenade, especially after navigating the Portobello Market the day before, but Hannah was in her element. If only she could have swapped her parents out for her friends for the afternoon! To make it up to her, Rachel and I retreated to an authentic British pub for some chips (French ...
... home though, I almost was tempted to steal a
little boy’s wand but I didn’t want to get arrested and deported.
Today was a scorcher, a top of 18 degrees so we decided to
head to the beach. Brighton beach is a train ride away and the only place to go
on a nice warm day. We walked to the beach and we were met with stones instead
of sand. Now this was ok until the shoes came off to go get our feet wet. Oh those
... sight of the sea!
A slight miscalculation by Finn meant we ended up in Portslade instead of Hove, adding extra miles to hard day in the saddle. The saving grace was it was as flat as a pancake. Once arriving at Lauren and Joe's we hit the shower to clean away 2 days of sweat and bike oil. The feeling was euphoric, especially when Joe cooked us a lovely curry. After eating we strolled over to the pub for a few, they went down with considerable ease. Once ...