Chichester Park Hotel
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An early start this morning and as usual we got an earlier train , which was boarding in 5 mins, so we arrived in Dover before we had left France.
The worst thing that struck us was the awful state of the English roads. The concrete M20 is diabolical. What on earth foreign visitors must think - its an awful welcome to the country.
The Spanish road system is superb and the French roads were all open in snow and ice.
This was ...
... the world just to count the cats in Zanzibar....
The bus ride to Heathrow was uneventful and thankfully the
traffic was light. Our arrival at Heathrow raised our excitement levels but we
managed to contain ourselves by walking up and down the vast and surprisingly
empty Terminal 5 for exercise. Perhaps we should get out more!
Our Jumbo jet was pretty packed and I ...
... around. She was so keen she was sitting forward in her seat and bobbing up and down. She must have realised when we turned around to go back because she went to sleep then.
We arrived back at the hotel at 5.00pm and went into the bar to have a drink. Emma woke up halfway through and entertained us. Matt, Melissa and Martin shared a jug of Pim’s which was pretty good, while I had a cocktail.
About 5.30pm we ...
... in little more than a half hour.We eventaully stopped him slaughtering the entire European stocks and he threw more back we ate some straight away. When we got into St Peter Port we smoked the rest - wow !!
We had the forestay/genoa looked at and were given an estimate !! but were told it all had to come from the UK so more delays, we have now been here for over a week, but hope it will all be resolved in the next few days. We have spent the time walking ...
... scene panels. Edward 1st had established the chapel after the death of Queen Eleanor.
We went up the spiral staircase that had been wire-brushed when new to make it look old. There was also a secret spiral staircase in the house, from the dining room to Lady Baillie’s room.
We then saw the rooms still in use. There is a Board room, a seminar room and a number of bedrooms used by conference delegates and wedding guests. The yellow bedroom had been used ...