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Travel Blogs from Horsham
... visiting. Then it was off to the south coast and Brighton. Why Brighton?
Well, Colleen has harboured a
deep seeded need to visit Brighton,.. and walk on the Brighton Pier. We did that,.. and even sat on the beach
(with its huge pebbles in place of sand),.. before heading off to Horsham to
visit another friend for a day or two.
It is now Wednesday evening and time to retire to a non-motorhome bed,..
just for a change!
... 2 minutes, I closed my eyes and rocked myself back and forth until the torture was over saying to myself 'I am on a swing set at home'......and Len was white faced, looking at me in disbelief......well....none of that happened this time....I was cool calm, and no freak out took place. Great views of the city, Big Ben...and all the rest.....after that we walked to Westminster Abby...and then on to Buckingham palace....to tell ya the truth did nothing for me...was just a big ...
... First stop, London! Here I come again... you better be ready for me!
.......... Nervously awaiting landing, and after little or no sleep due to a small child who most people would have wanted to shut the $&?! up with a sock in its mouth, after the kid cried for about 5 of the 9 hours, I formulated my plan for navigating downtown London by train. Armed with instructions received, I headed down the corridors of the ...
Now we find ourselves in London.
Now we go to the hotel to leave the bags and we go to visit to the city, we visit London Eye, The tower of London, Victoria Station and Albert Museum...
When we go to the London Eye to The tower of London, we make new ...
... I have never seen before. The rest of the day was spent reviewing a remastered version of "Chariots of Fire". A blog entry provides more information about this.
Friday, July 27
In the morning I moved half of the luggage to where I will be staying for the duration of my vacation. Unfortunately, this was like moving from Lower Queen Anne Hill to the University District. The neighborhood, Lambeth, is a lot grittier than Victoria. There are more ...