The Highdown Hotel & Restaurant
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Invited our family to lunch for Bobby's 70th birthday,
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... lane and so had to plod along behind the granny
machines. The roads down here are now just so busy that one simply cannot enjoy
the ride out in the country and so I finally decided to hop onto the M23 and
head for Brighton!!
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... Lanes are one of a kind, dotted in between funky little cafes.
There is such a diverse range of people, from suits to guys with dreads and rasta hats to girls with shaved pink hair and a zillion piercings. When we needed a break from all the shopping it was nice sitting at a table outside a cafe with a cuppa and people-watching.
I got some great presents for my girlies, and some ...
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