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Travel Blogs from Climping
... the girl from California, catch a taxi to the university in town which turned out to be a lot harder than it looked. After she left, we hung out in Starbucks for awhile talking, and looking at pictures of Nicola's past trips. Then we just walked around shopping a bit before walking all the way back to the hostel to get our bags and back to the train station. We stopped at a French cafe to have some macaroons. They were amazing! Compared to ...
... br> We also had a look over Lord Nelsons Ship....a real man of war vessel ..guns every where.
The day out also included a harbour cruise.
That night we visited a country pub before going to the Cricketers for Dinner
Next Day after lunch Mike Led us Heathrow to drop off the hire car then catch our flight to Bangkok.
Overall we had 2 very good days. It was great to see Mike and Heather again.
... 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 ...
... still felt energetic so decided to walk to the "other" pier, in Eastbourne. Walked down to the front and along the promenade to the pier to again walk through the arcades and carnies to the end. There were a number of long line fishermen at the end of the pier and we watched them haul up multiple fish on one line. The evening ended with hugs all around as Brian and Jan would be gone by the time we got rolling. A wonderful visit to ...
... just finding the little place a few towns
away. The address on the computer and the address in the GPS are not
the same. The town on the phone directory was called Littehampton
and the town on the GPS was called Durchester or something. Anyway,
we drove around the first town around and around.... some of the
streets I am not sure were streets. Anyway, we punched the address
in again and let ...