St. Athans Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... night was in full swing. We were served by the lovely Nadine who remembered us from our last visit.
The food was delicious and all with gluten free options. I had the fish and chips and Greg had a wagyu beef burger, which he described as a masterpiece.
We walked home in the chill air, it was then first time we felt the evening cool during our entire stay in London.
What to do today? It started off sunny and warm (about 20 deg forecast for today) although it clouded over later. Too good a day to be inside so we decided to go and check out Regents Canal.
We caught the Piccadilly tube to Leicester Square then changed for a northern one to Camden Town. No problems. Then started walking to find the canal. Which way??? It took us 3 attempts before we got it right. Turns out we've become too dependent on our phones to show us the way and ...
... apartment was that it was only 10 minutes from central London.
Roland was here to pick us up at 9.30 sharp and we did a pleasant drive to Brighton with Roland driving one car and myself driving the other. We relaxed in his garden over a drink for a little time and then made our way to Brighton itself to see a few of the sights. It was a warm day so we parked off at a seaside cafe and had a small lunch then turned towards the pier for some after frolic of pokies, ice ...
... meant we had to skip that idea and go straight to the Fifteen restaurant, (Jamie’s flagship), where we enjoyed a cocktail before heading to Hoxton Square where we had a great meal at '8 Hoxton Sq’. It was nice to find a restaurant with excellent food and reasonably priced wine. A good wine bar was also on the agenda but by this point I had hit the wall and needed to go to bed. (Long haul travel has a lot to answer ...
... that I don't think I missed much. We also go to see several places where they filmed the Harry Potter movies like Gringott's, the Ministry of Magic and Millennium Bridge. Fun Fact: the oldest bar in London still standing was built in 1667 and it had a parrot that could swear in 23 different languages!
For lunch after the tour we grabbed pasties at Greggs. Pasties ...