Hilton Royal Parade Hotel
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... Both were fantastic, very impressive!
After that we meandered through The Lanes and into North Laine, such cute and quirky little stores to window shop at.
We made our way to the Brighton gallery and museum at The Dome and then took a spin around the Royal Pavilion. What a wonderful and ostentatious example it is. The dining hall, music room, and kitchen were the most stunning of rooms but I also liked the hidden servants hallways...not to mention the ...
... Then tackled the underground, once again had kind man who carried mine up flight of stairs and we got to Victoria. Unfortunately we had booked on a certain time so had to wait until the 1336 train but was ok, sat and watched and good trip to Brighton, got the bus and back to Katrina's about 3pm Cooler day and a breeze in ...
... hotel and what was supposed to be a 20 min drive turned into an hour excursion because of rush hour traffic and an accident on the road just before our hotel. We were pretty tired when we got back to hotel and didn’t really feel like finishing up packing. Megs continued to upload more blogs and before we went to bed, she had gotten ten blogs posted – bringing us up to date and achieving our goal to be caught up before flying back!
The next day, we finished ...
... the beach, relaxing and enjoying the sea air. The only downside to the day was that I forgot to put sunscreen on my legs, so they are a nice bright red color now.
Tomorrow I head for Brighton for the day before returning to London for the tail end of my ...
... to the squirrel. I have always liked squirrels, seeing them at my grandparents house was the likely catalyst, but if I see 'em I'll watch 'em. So I had half an oatmeal-raisin cookie left from earlier and threw the little guy a piece. He loved it and when finished ran almost up my pant leg to get some more. I appeased the hungry guy and watched him eat the second morsel. I was down to one scrap of cookie, but it was long enough that ...