Comfort Inn Arundel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Set off towards Windsor Castle this morning, in some light drizzle and grey skies, not really a great start but the weather can't be helped. We kept off the motorway and drove through some lovely areas with quaint little houses, tree lined roads and beautiful crops! The roads were narrow with the large trees touching overhead, making it like …
... one of the tunnels that was dug under the wall for people to use to escape from the East. Near here is another small section of preserved wall too. Below that piece of wall are some of the Nazi torture chambers though there was such a crowd here that we didn’t go down for a look.then we made our way to the Brandenburg Gate, quite a famous Berlin landmark that was just on the wrong side of the Wall for those 38 years. There had been a lookout ...
Since my early twenties, and more recently, I have travelled many miles throughout West Sussex, backtracking and roundlooping. As I come from a big country, it amuses me that the UK, which is really very small, uses a large unit of measurement, the mile. A mile is significantly longer than a kilometre. And a pound is a sizeable sum of money, so much more than an Aussie dollar. This country is punching above its weight.
... good views of the gardens. The study where Kipling used to work and write, mostly in the mornings, has one the wall lined with bookshelves that are sagging with the weight of the many books kept on them.
On display in the guest bedroom is one of Kipling’s school uniforms, and also a ‘wardrobe trunk’ that was once a ‘must have’ for any traveller. Stood on end such a trunk had drawers on one side and hanging space on the ...
Arundel Castle In 1475 a French fleet crosses the English Channel and sails up the river Arun and into Sussex. At Arundel Castle in the 21st Century they stage a mock siege of the 13th Century Keep. Cannon roar, and a field of knights attack the French knights on the green outside Arundel Castle. Don't miss this venue if you ever ...