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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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Today jonny strapped his van! then jonny made us some healthy lunch of potatoes, chicken and veg..... then i took him to get his haircut and dropped him at the pub where he went to tangerine after. I just stayed at home seeing mum and preparing this page etc.
tomorrow is our leaving night! very excited
... through London and past Gatwick Airport to the Sussex coast, thousands of others in the south of England were doing something very similar. By the time we arrived, the world and his wife were sitting in deckchairs on the beach licking ice-creams.
You can read all about the history and geography of the town with a click of your mouse here. The London to Brighton veteran car ...
... then, when my laptop bag burst at the zip, spilling its contents all over the floor of the busy terminal building! Having gathered my possessions, not to mention my thoughts, I went and bought myself a new bag from duty free, transferred all my bits and pieces over to it, and discarded the old bag in a rubbish bin...only to be tapped on the shoulder by airport security asking why I was discarding a suspicious looking package in ...
... right hand and walk or ride horses on their left so they could attack better. Can you believe that? They said it was Napolean who was left handed and that he requested that all people in France switch sides so it would be easier for him. What?! Another thing I found different about England was their vocabulary. I didn’t understand a lot of things Fiona’s cousin Tommy was asking of me. Put that paper in the “bin”. ...
Day 1: We left Worcester at 8:30 with trev's sister waving us off. I felt a strong feeling of relief to be finally be off. I made the mistake of starting to tick off miles making me wonder what I had let myself in to.
The milage till Cheltenham was a breeze, Trev idled happily in my slip stream.The first big tester was the rise up on to the Cotswolds. The weight of the panniers really started to pull us back, we crawled up fighting tooth and claw with the pedals... ...