Arundel Park Hotel
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... The displays, which were very enthusiastic, were fully embraced by the
participants, many spent hours donning their battle costumes, with a
committed assistant. All had lived for days with children and animals in
their tents, plying their chosen trade and donning their mediaeval
A very interesting display and explanation on the history of guns and gunpowder preceded the mock ...
... are quite small and dark as is typical of such houses. The dining room has some very interesting corbelled wall paper. It is made of calf leather that has been tooled, covered in a thin layer of tar that gives it a gold colour then hand painted in a floral design. L’s understanding is that Kipling had acquired it second hand. It is still in very good condition.
Narrow wooden stairs lead upstairs to the study, and the bedrooms. All the upstairs ...
... that I would fade greatly if left there for too long as I was in strong sunshine each morning.
Both my humans kept quite busy. David took one look at the Kingswood in the garage and decided that it needed to be resprayed before he could attempt to sell it. For those of you who don’t know what a Kingswood is I can tell you that it is a Holden sedan car from the mid 1970’s and belonged to Lyn’s mother. It has sat in ...
... entry and exit days.
It was a very pretty drive down through the Altai region on a road that has been much improved since my humans drove this way 15 years ago. Mind you, the road was still far from good but it is mostly tarmac with plenty of large potholes and many short, extremely rough gravel sections. The trees are beginning to turn yellow with autumn just days away. The road follows a river valley, sometimes high above the stream, other times beside ...
... as we're heading out of there castle through to eh stone walls, 100s of people around, I see Kev in hysterics. Almost coupled over.... Roger ******. And in true Boxall style, it's a whopper!! Pretended we're not related, Carol and I make our way out quickly! We bask in the last of the afternoon sun in the Arundel gardens, with the biggest tulips I've ever seen. We have a lovely lunch siting outside by the River Arun at the Black Rabbit and then make our way home for a quiet night ...