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Despite only just arriving in the UK I decided to head down to Brighton (about an hour south of London) to see one of my favourite bands, Asking Alexandria ♡. Now this particular band had already been to Australia this year for our iconic Soundwave Festival... which I went to not only once but twice, was one of the greatest decision of my …
... of these and makes us want to watch the series again.
Included in your entry fee is access to the rest of 'Lord Montagu's' estate which has his stately home where you can view a few rooms and lots of family treasures and antiques including a fantastic traditional kitchen set up, the old Abbey, and a 'Secret Army Exhibition' (about underground efforts in the war from the area). We had a quick scoot through the house and other displays and shook our heads ...
An eventful night - Chris left the window open and woke up to the startling fact that a black cat had jumped in the window and landed on his chest!! Chris shrieked and the cat got such a fright - it jumped back out the window!!
Today I got out early for a run down the seafront - it was quite mild - not an accurate indicator for the days' climate !
Today we met up with our oldest friends in the UK - ...
... and colder, so we finally just flagged one down and got in giggling like idiots! He dropped us in front of the guest house where a soccer hooligan was chanting toward the sky a couple houses down. We laughed at him while fumbling for keys. When we got inside, we raided the cookie jar in the kitchen and debated whether we’d have enough milk to dip them then Chris chivalrously offered me his portion of milk! We ...
... the floors and walls up. He was also known to be a clothes horse, setting great store in trendsetting men's clothes. He was known to have owed his tailor the equivalent of modern pounds of over 1 million - more than he spent on any other part of his life.
He was a ladies' man and, aside from his wife, whom he married reluctantly - only to produce a recognized heir - he lived with many paramours in the Pavillion. King ...