The Berkeley Guest House
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Down by the seaside is a city of quaint colourful houses, independent coffee shops, cyclists and arty-***** types. Trina and I grab coffees and delicious Venezuelan pulled pork buns and head to the pier where there are multiple boring coin games. Sigh. There is a sand castle exhibit on and we stumble across a Maori a long way from home. Out at the Devils dyke, a short bus from Brighton sits a pub atop a hill. After a few beers we make our way back to ...
... They were up early working on the reconstruction. It's going to be a big job, and I'll be following its progress with interest over coming months.
I had a closer look at the Queen's Hotel. It was built in a right angled shape to block the view of the less swanky boarding houses on the eastern side of the seafront from the posh hotels in the main part. It appears that the pier was similar to. Hobart's 'flannelette curtain' and ...
... they have pulled down a lot of old buildings a rebuilt. Stadium very impressive Easy to get in and out of, right by the city centre and train and bus station Good night at speedway, crowd well behaved. Lew meet couple of people he knew Greg Hancock won Katrina seemed quite impressed with it all. Texted James who had got up about the 12th race After ended town was extremely busy but made our way to the ...
... of ***** but this was the only drinking water that tasted of them. Yuck Another less than memorable evening meal in ' The Bistro' I think. The Olstafa Bar is still our favourite. It is very low key with virtually no tourists. A Stag do came in tonight, obviously doing the 'a drink in every bar thing' They were mostly ignored and they left quickly saying ' that was ****'. ...
... were here with us in this lonely place of worship.
We dawdle much more that our itinerary has scheduled. After wandering through the picture-perfect rural cemetery that surrounds the building, we depart, greeting our artist as we leave. He has almost finished his watercolour. Our next stop is at one the England’s grandest houses, Knole.
Owned by the Sackville-West family ...