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... England (yes I'm going there as well) & after seeing them perform at Soundwave and another English band from Manchester The 1975, I was sold I wanted to check out where these amazing bands came from. Brighton is an adorable little beach town and I was lucky enough to get sunny weather! After checking into my hotel for the night, I went an explored the little town, it didn't take long to see it and I would go back if given the ...
... rugged with lots of open areas. Cows and sheep are allowed to graze to keep it from filling in with trees. It didn't rain hard but we were glad to have rain pants and parkas. After, we stopped for a quick walk of about a mile to the Pooh Stick Bridge. Tired and cold we stopped at a tea shop called Pooh Corner for some hot tea.
Kent has been great. So much to see and do. Tomorrow we head for Salisbury.
A call up to a mid-week friendly match of Cricket meant we travelled to Eastbourne today, which is on the coast of England (similar to Brighton). A 45-min trip was all it took and on the way we got to see more of the English countryside including fields upon fields of yellow (what I thought were yellow poppies turned out to be canola ...
We wake up to a gloriously sunny day – a great day to go to the beach, so off we go to Brighton. And its a wonderful drive down – blue skies, warm breezes, and sunshine all the way, the green and verdant hills gently rolling infront of us; the roses glowing in the sunlight; children happily playing in the little gurgling streams; temps up in the mid 20's – just the way summer is supposed to be. Until we come down off the hills to the outskirts ...
When we finished the tour of the palace, we went outside and walked around the gardens a bit and looked at the gates that were dedicated after WWII. We also walked to the stables that now house a performing arts center and the Brighton Art and History Museum. We were hoping to get some additional background on the stables, but there was no exhibits dedicated to their history. Instead we gandered at modern art and Egyptian ...