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... Both were fantastic, very impressive!
After that we meandered through The Lanes and into North Laine, such cute and quirky little stores to window shop at.
We made our way to the Brighton gallery and museum at The Dome and then took a spin around the Royal Pavilion. What a wonderful and ostentatious example it is. The dining hall, music room, and kitchen were the most stunning of rooms but I also liked the hidden servants hallways...not to mention the ...
... Wales pub again and got table eventually - absolutely full up - tea and drink and then made our way to bus. Found it as the main area had been closed due to the speedway. Rather a lowly trip back with other fans but good Hotel at 10.30 pm Had been raining while in stadium but still quite warm 13th Headed to train station for train home at 11.15 On time Cool morning No problems with trains Arrived home 4 pm Quiet ...
We got up and went straight to the swimming pool again. The weather wasn't as bad as the other time, but as we knew what we were doing, i think we actually enjoyed it more. We tried the 44c hotpot it was too hot to sit in. But we did find the jetted hotpot which was so strong there was straps to stop you being 'jetted' around. Wicked. We went to the Laundromat for lunch , which was fine. When we checked in, we were ...
... Station. We were going to catch the train in to Brighton and they would give us a call when the van was ready. It was only a thirty minute journey into Brighton and we were soon walking down Queen St from the station, heading towards the water. We had gotten only about a hundred meters from the station when we spotted a cute café called "Elly’s". It was a little shop run by a mother and daughter who baked all their goods in store. We sat down ...
... they turned our kitchen upside down looking for pots and pans to get everything ready. Tom had been sick most of the day and was recovering at home but not looking that great, bless him. I dressed in heels and party clothes with make-up for the first time in almost 4 weeks and the first guests to arrive, the 3 cooks from the feeding programme, barely recognised me. People came in dribs and drabs between 7pm – 8pm and the atmosphere was a ...