Chichester Park Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Tristan was looking for boots and a luggage bag. He took about an hour in one of the shops to decide NOT to buy a Perry Ellis bas because the wheels were a bit wonky. The girls became bored and went to the closest bookshop and bought a book each. After some more looking around we ended up in a small cafe for lunch which was very nice and cosy in atmosphere. Afterwards Ian had to walk back to the car to get a new parking ...
... well over
our mutual border. It was so large that it engulfed the buttons for my
“in-flight entertainment” screen which meant that trying to change channels was
out of the question. I gave up in the end and watched the film Gandhi
which was suitable not just because we were on our way to India but because it
lasted for over 3 hours. Jelly woman in the meantime sat ...
... around 70 miles away and we had a vague idea that we wanted to be somewhere near there. Breakfast became a priority because we didn't finish our doner meat the night before, the ambiance of our Travelodge room somewhat inferor to that of an exotic Indian-style restaurant complete with Bollywood music and shiny pictures.
The first set of services contained a McDonalds Drive-thru. We weren't that hungry. We never are. So we carried on. Next was Newbury Services and that ...
... in the sun before making our way back to Saltdean where we made the girls some dinner. Called it a night and retired to our bed for a second good nights sleep. Early trip to London in the morning to visit Anthony, Jane and Alex in Kennington before heading to Dawns flat in East ...
... with silk, crocodile skin gold and ‘new’ plastic!! All items had her initials on them in gems. Her linen all had black swans embroidered on them, after she brought some from Australia after a visit there. They are now the symbol of the castle.
We then went though some less restored rooms. There were 17th century tapestries on some of the walls, silk damask on others and an old cornice round the ceiling. There was a 12th century stone lion in one hall and a ...