Crouchers Hotel & Restaurant
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 life and totally worth the 2nd degree sunburn (Sorry mum) Asking Alexandria are a band from ...
New Years Day 2014
Chichester Bus station, 10 a.m. New Year`s Day 2014. It is raining very hard. It is cold and windy. The sky is troubled and filthy. There is nobody in sight and buses are parked cheek by jowl everywhere. We wonder if the National Express bus will come at all and that, if it does, will the driver even see us behind them all.
It does come and he does see us.
There is standing water on the roads as we travel through the wild gales to ...
... Johanna walked us through some fun bits and the actually quite impressive Arabian-looking palace. We checked in with a couple of pubs, but finally ended up at an absolutely fabulous restaurant for fish and chips and mushy peas. Jerome found us there and it was great to introduce the Js to each other: both had lived in Canada, both had lived in France, and both had studied ...
... I enjoyed quite a lot of the music that was lumped under the Britpop banner The Bluetones was a band that didn’t ever make much of an impression. I was aware of them and if asked for an opinion I would probably have said that they were alright but couldn’t name a single song by them (the answer to that question, by the way is “Slight Return”). Their front man was Mark Morriss and he was the penultimate performer – quite a brave choice really after ...
... 1975 and needed renovations fairly badly but there were arguments over who should be responsible for funding the restoration and whether it would block the views of the locals. In 2003 and 2004 it suffered from storms and a series of fires (suspected arson) and there's really nothing left of it now. The skeletal remains provided an interesting contrast to the ornate Victorian-style creations that line the beach road (though one ...