The Highdown Hotel & Restaurant
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Highdown Hotel & Restaurant Worthing
Invited our family to lunch for Bobby's 70th birthday,
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... watching before heading back to the hotel to check in. Went to Pompoko, a Japanese restaurant with a few tables and had a really nice meal. After dinner we walked over to Komedia to see some live music. We liked the opening act best, Jacko Hooper a local with a really nice ...
... We arrived at Gatwick early on Tuesday morning, plenty of time for some food and a bit of shopping. Everything ran smoothly, no delays, no baggage problems, was all pretty easy. We got on the plane ready for our long 11 hour flight and made our first travel friend in the process. A 65 year old woman from Sheffield. She had been to Vietnam many times and provided us with a few tips. Her dedication to ...
... followed by home made apple crumble (a personal fav!) with custard, cream AND ice-cream, the holy trinity if you will. It was lush to see the gang before I head off, though sex signs at the dinner table was a little cringeworthy!!!
Sat in bed listening to the gale force wind and rain lashing down outside.
This time next week I'll be in 30 degree heat, gonna be a bit of a shock to the system I think!
Lots to do still before I go.
Night night ...
... and we were on our way. Our ultimate goal was to see the Brighton Pavillion. We headed in to the Pavillion about 2:45 and did not emerge until 6:00! Great place! It was a the play place of King George IV (son of King George III, of War of Independence fame). George took an old farmhouse and transformed it into an Oriental palace of sorts. He brought in art work, mainly from China and decorated the grand rooms in an Oriental ...
... it had been rented out so went next door and the neighbour gave me Alison and Fiona's phone numbers (her daughters). Tried to call but no answer. Didn't find out until we had left Worthing that Parsons was now in a Nursing home after suffering a broken heart after losing her beloved Roger over 18 months ago. He was an ex London Bobby way back and was a gentle giant and a true gentleman and we just loved listening to his stories.