Clifton Lodge Hotel
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- Free parking
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... prize for the night - this is the cleanest, brightest, and most friendly hostel I've ever stayed in. We all have a room together and we're not climbing on all of our suitcases! And there's a room just for hair dryers and straighteners: the Pamper Parlour! After spreading out all our maps on the floor and deciding on a route to embark on for all our "must sees": dinner!!! We ate at a pub down the road. More jacket potatoes! Then the real adventure began: my first ride on a ...
... gt;> people out & about and crammed into that museum so we left with the decision to return during the week. Our walk then lead us through Hyde Park along the lake and through the 'Princess Diana Memorial' - beautifully conceived. We went on down to Speakers Corner and being a Sunday there were several 'speakers' on their soap boxes (literally!) - Rebekah was somewhat amused that this happened...
... us a three bedroom apartment instead for only a little bit extra.
Jessamy and Ian enjoyed the Boat Show. It took about 45 minutes to get from where the family dropped them off in Strood by train. There were boats of all sizes - from foldable canoes to $AUS 9 million super luxury boats.
After driving around London by the M25, Jo-Ann and the others went ...
... I made my way again on the 'tube' to meet Suja and Rafa at Westminster Abbey for Evensong @ 5:00pm. What an awesome experience this was. Apparently Evensong has been held in this place of worship every evening for over 1000 years. Only about 150 - 200 people attended and we were shown to seats in the choir stalls! The service was 45 minutes long. The boys choir sang magnificently - and some of them were not boys but ...
... way over to the Brighton Pier to meet Noel's friends George and Ricky at 12.00pm. They were lovely. We spent the whole day with them right up until we got back tonight. They showed us the two parts of the town, Brighton on one side which is the busy touristy side and also the side where all the gay pubs and clubs are, and Hove on the other side which is a bit more upmarket and more suburb like. I really liked both halves but I especially liked the gay district which had lots ...