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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... to Leeds Castle, a massive castle with a moat. It also had a hedge maze, an archery stand, and a falconry display.
Saturday: Today we went up to London on the train to go to a soccer match; Tottenham vs Aston Villa. Aston Villa won 1-0.
One night we also saw Jupiter and three of its moons through my uncle's telescope. We have also been for two swims in the pool.
We have finally made it to Brighton after wanting to come so many times and never getting around to it! We only just arrived in the afternoon (having taken our time 'transiting' through London (aka...eating Egyptian street food and pints at our favourite olde worlde pub 'Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese' on Fleet St with fire places and sawdust on the floor...yes, really).
Our hotel is wonderful, an old period building with amazing staircases and renovated rooms with ...
... plan. Don't expect winning customer service though. Ninety minutes is plenty and from what I've read it's pretty hit and miss if you catch anything (there were **** loads biting the day we went out, it was too easy!) and the guy running it couldn't give a flying **** either way. He drives the boat out a bit, hands you a rod, shows you how to use it and it's all down to you so ...
... off white cliffs of the Sussex coast and drifting off to the sound of laughter and seagulls. The kids ate ice creams and candy floss and all was happy with the world! Late afternoon we picked up Moira and went to visit her lovely horses and walk around the farm, to get a great view of the surrounding rolling hills and countryside. Item two on the wildlife list conveniently made an appearance and was ticked off - a red fox appeared not far in front of us and ...
... can't say I'm looking forward to arriving back home in the depths of winter. Having continued northwards the wind struck again though..
Leaving Puerto St Julian with a 270 mile day ahead the wind picked up and we were again at a 30-45deg lean angle to just stay going straight. That would have been bearable but it was gusting and the wake of opposing trucks added a third dimension as our bikes bounced and were heaved from the maximum lean we dared and back up ...