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TravelPod Member ReviewsLichfield House Brighton
It was very nice an comfy even though nobody was there. so we had our privacy :)
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... time do, go wrong, and then there are the daily grind things like finding a place to sleep every night, finding food to eat etc. For example, when traveling the simple act of finding a bathroom can become a huge difficulty. We have spent hours wandering around a city looking for a place to use the bathroom, we have also spent hours looking for a place to find WiFi to connect with someone or something. Traveling makes the simple things complicated, and in many ways ...
... am in heaven.
Treacle has had a visit to the vets and has been put on steroids and antibiotics which have worked dramatically so that I now have a lively, well dog who is eating for Britain. She is also on a special Hypo-allergenic diet which of course costs a lot and may/or may not be doing any good.
I have spent a lot of my time here trying to get my motorbike insured for up to 6 months in Europe, I have lost count of the number of people ...
... pavilion, to be acquired in due course by the city. It is thus the only royal palace which is not under government control.
After leaving the Pavilion we went on to check out the Pier, on the sea-front, and as went there, we noted that the beach was shingle, rather than sand (and with there being quite an undertow evident from the waves washing in from the English Channel. There was also a bit of a breeze. The Pier ...
... overheard a couple of the managers talking one day, I don't think they were used to Pomwei guests like me at all, 'that Batman' they said, 'best guest ever, always happy, and never complains about anything'...their perception perhaps more a reflection of the overbearing, find-fault-with-everything Americans that they are used to, rather than my own laid-back nature, but nice for the ego nonetheless! And then of course there was Bassie, the friendly cleaner I talked about in my ...
... them the West Pier Trust simply can't afford it.
I had a wander down there this morning after I'd heard the news (read: Saw the news on Facebook whilst slumped bleary eyed on the sofa in my onesie, slurping tea) and it looks normal as you walk in from Hove. It's only as you get closer you realise something is wrong, then you draw level with it and you realise that it won't be standing much ...