BEST WESTERN Old Tollgate Hotel
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Very pleasant friendly and helpful staff. Comfortable room, very good nights sleep. Good breakfast with great selection of food. Lovely cream tea.
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13 Butterflies, bugs and bunnies
We left Christine in Horsham about 11am after a good nights sleep and tasty breakfast. We had to go onroad until we found the Downslink route. This involved several hill climbs but we managed most quite easily. We stopped to put on sunscreen as the sky cleared and it's very hot. There was no cycle route sign for …
As we'd booked in the Old Tollgate Hotel for two nights we didn't have to go anywhere this morning! We had a very good breakfast from a good selection then went back to our room to tidy up a bit - bags and box all over the place. We decided to have a stroll around the village and we're disappointed to learn that St Mary's House and Gardens doesn't open on a Friday! Typical. We strolled on over the bridge over the a river Adur and found ourselves in Upper ...
... care of logistics like returning rental car, getting RV shipping paid (not as simple as it sounds); and sorting out last pieces of international driver/car/RV insurance so we are legal, (Woohoo!),
Phil posted pictures Friday from some fun sight-seeing we got to do in London on Thursday. Since our RV hadn't cleared customs yet, we were forced to get a hotel room and see the town! (Oh darn!)
So I'll tell you, having lived and worked in London for about ...
... Surrey. He was so very pleased to see us again that we felt it was worth changing flights etc. just to see his face when we arrived.
We were very pleased to find that he was recovering remarkably well for an 80 year old after heart surgery and had not lost his sense of humour. Unfortunately, the area where some vessels had been stripped in his left calf to be used during the heart surgery ...
... in time for lunch at the pub, which was good.
Then we made our way to Charlotte's gravestone, I wanted to clean it as it had moss growing on it. We gave it a good scrub and now it sparkles. Janet was a lovely lady and so passionate about history, we talked of John, the World Wars, English history and the Royals, she use to work at the British Museum. A very interesting afternoon, she was able to describe to us where John Hochee is buried, and ...