The Heatherleigh Hotel
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... the building itself. Just amazing.
After filling our cultural cup we took a stroll out on the Brighton Pier...which is kitsch and crazy rides in all of their glory. I can imagine it heaving with people in summer...it would actually probably worry me, all that extra weight on the old creaking boards!!! It was quite amazing to be out so far into the ocean on the pier!!! We could see the chalk cliffs off in the distance and had beautiful views to left and right.
... some old pictures of the church for me, so at least we know what it looked like.
After visiting St John's we went to the Heritage Centre, only to find it didn't open until 2pm. So we wandered round the town and found Lil Sis a frock to wear out to dinner for our aunt's birthday party tonight. There are heaps of charity shops here, and they have a lot of really good clothes, and she found a couple of nice dresses. I found a scarf.
... I have only sort to seek as the casual observer and feed it back that way but the history is fact,the politics is factual but always open to subjective viewpoints, I believe I am as close as I can be to its accuracy.The people I have spoken to and there have been hundreds of them,have given me their opinions and of course it is their opinions on their country and it too is open to conjecture but again behind every opinion there is a factual reality.What I like about the ...
... of it all. Had similar expectations for Malmesbury and were both extremely disappointed with the untidiness of the place. Cirencester was OK but not worth a stop over so we pushed on to Stow on Wold for lunch and leg stretch. Stow was upper class old full of antiques and lots of different shops. Found a delicious sandwich just what we needed. Remembered how pleasant Broadway was so travelled via the to Janes. ...
... We then went on the Brighton Wheel, the copy-cat of the London eye. It was so scary at first, me being afraid of heights and all, but we ended up going around four times and by the fourth time I was actually able to enjoy the view.
We then went for lunch in a cute little French café followed by a walk around the shops. Brighton is very 'hippy-esque' and there ...