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Had a lovely nights sleep and didn't wake up until the alarm went off! It's poring with rain, not that we're not used to that, but I don't think the sun will dry the grass in minutes when it stops! It's been an amazing trip that won't happen again for at least 13 years when we will have that time off. It will only be 2 or 3 weeks at a time. We have done Train journeys = 7 Moscow to Ekaterinburg Ekaterinburg to ...
Took the motorway to Brighton, on the south coast. First walked along the seafront and looked at the pebbly beach, waves and wintry seascape. Lots of people about, enjoying the last few days of autumn before winter weather sets in. Coffee well received. John and David had a second breakfast!! Not brave enough to try "jellied eels" at the beach stalls. Then walked the length of the pier, one of the most famous in UK. The ruins of the second pier stand in ...
... a garage for a 'coffee to go' and the smallest size you will find is a 12 oz. cup; 16 oz. is standard and 20 oz. is the large.
That is large.
The portions in restaurants are sometimes ridiculous, although they are very good at providing a doggie box to take home, not that that works for ice-cream, as Jette discovered.
The size of carton we see if we are at the cinema is a reasonable one man tub. Over there, the smallest one I ever saw was at ...
... Except for the blessed sea gulls! I've decided they're worse than roosters on a farm! And really gross! I was even "anointed" by one this afternoon... Yuck.
Slept better than I've slept in months!
Huge purple bruise on my shoulder this morning. Why? My 38lb regular backpack and my 29lb mini-backpack are too heavy. Need to downsize, obviously.
Hollis made me a fantastic cup of coffee... Which apparently is not as popular in ...
... the moving day but we extended by one night to do Royal Tunbridge Wells and a re-visit to Rye.
Tunbridge Wells was a bit of an enigma. You would think that a place that was so famous for its wells (springs really) that Royalty used to travel there to take the water would heavily promote the wells. Not so as we found out. We parked in the centre of the town and then tried to find the Pantiles area. Street maps on the ...