Chichester Park Hotel
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... Did the obligatory turn around the pier and wander on the beach, surprised to find it was rocks not sand, though Ray argued later that they were pebbles but he's silly pebbles are small these were somewhere between rocks and stones! Traffic was fairly hideous getting out of Brighton but not so bad once we got back onto the motorway. Back to Ray and Janes before we all headed over to the pub we were staying at for a yummy ...
... created by Marc Chagall, as they remembered his artwork from the Metz Cathedral!
After the cathedral we visited the Information Centre which had a museum attached to it depicting life in Chichester from the Roman occupation up to WWII. We were also surprised that the Centre was built around the site of Roman baths. We spent quite a few hours exploring Chichester and think we have made a good choice in selecting this location as a base.
... really happy he was excited to be up and out. I offered him the rest of my pho, but he declined. Starr ordered dessert while fielding questions from an exuberant Chris.
We exited and followed while Starr led the way to The Lanes. It's an area of Brighton that's a maze of shops lined with ancient stone walls. We were amazed to see the apparent transformations of the structure. Starr pointed out that certain areas were formerly doors ...
... tonight is the first where I can stand out on the balcony looking out across town without my toes freezing. Summer must be coming and they say it's going to be a hot one. I pull my dust mask down across my face to shield my eyes and stride out into the hard hot night once again to continue the futile search for an M&S chocolate pud or a fluffy naan bread.
Maggie: Oh stop being so dramatic and send out the blog.
Si: Yes dear. Right you are.
... I had made the wrong suggestion.
It did take about 15 minutes longer than the GPS had first suggested but we finally arrived at Leeds castle. We walked up through the lovely grounds, admiring the bird life on the way. We stopped to photograph a pair of peacocks at the side of the walkway.
The castle was built on 2 islands in the middle of a man made lake. It was created by Edward 1st in the 13th century when he diverted the river Len. The keep is from ...