The Courtlands Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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We started the day visiting Garry's mother's grave (lovely lady) and laying some flowers in her memory. Very sad and moving, so glad that the children were there. We also(unfortunately) had to say our goodbyes to Pat, Christine and Margaret before we started on our trip to Hove to visit Garry's sister Geri and her girls. I got quite teary saying …
... you can't help but be impressed by them...they are believed to be around 3000 BC years old..I wish builders of today would learn some techniques from these builders and also the Inca's as they were also good builders. You get a guided tour with a hand held device and you walk the wide circle around the stones and they look different from all the sides.. In the surrounding areas there are lots of hump which are the burial mounds of the well healed. We had ...
... fancy having a squiz at a bit of Brighton's history but you're on a budget/are a tight fisted *******, give the Town Hall a bell and book yourself in for the Old Police Cells Museum tour. They ask you for a small donation at the end but no one is gonna know if you only slip the 5p you found on the floor the other day plus a couple of foreign coins left over from that last ...
... we just yell from outside his window since he isn't on the first floor. He's the Juliet and we are the Romeo.*** Anwaaaays. We talk about where we want to travel. We find that Paris is the cheapest since it is pretty close. Next thing you know we find a host on Airbnb and book our Euro star chunnel tickets to Paris!!! Am I dreaming?
Can't fall asleep because I'm SO excited for Paris even though its like a month away. I need to learn ...
... uses this word every single time, and it's so enjoyable hearing a typical brit say that word :p) It took us a while to actually get used to the accent, but it came very quickly. One funny thing I got to experience was during the break. You know back home if you're in the theatre during the break, you can most often go to the cafeteria or buy candy by some guy walking with a box on his belly. They had like that here to, but it wasn't with candy, only different types of ...