The Cooden Beach Hotel
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... the queue round the block hoping to get tickets on spec was endless.
Having been terribly clever and bought tickets online, we joined a queue that only went half the way round the building and we doubted whether we actually would get in at 1pm, as organised. However, it was very well organised and it was just after 1pm when we got through the gates.
Those people without tickets would have a 3-4 hour wait.
The door is still brilliant... ...
... Road where we stayed overnight in a delightful B&B. Somehow or other we also filled a spare suitcase with shopping to bring home…I can't think how that happened!!
I have put some photos of our trip on the site.
Now, it's nearly time to return to Dunikolu. We booked our flight for the 31st March and were to be in Crete for the month preparing the yacht for sailing ...
... Katarina got a lovely jacket and top.
Sunday night we went over to Andy and Debbie's for tea, which was divine! We then enjoyed a nice walk around Hurstpierpoint via the park and playground. Such a lovely weekend with great company. Thanks guys! Look forward to you all visiting London in a couple of weeks so we can go and celebrate my birthday at a Greek restaurant.
A more mundane affair, especially after an early exit for Rich meant an extra 120 miles approx to get from Folkestone to Sandhurst then to Brighton meant sitting in traffic for a very long time. Total round trip was 4 hours. 45 mins spent in a queue in Brighton for The Lanes car park!
Good to see Will, Charley, Ross ...
... really dancing when we got there ... but we soon got the place moving. At the second venue, the Casablanca Jazz Club, people were already on their feet when we got there. It was a really fun night ... but then at the end our taxi back to Crawley cost £45 ($73). Did I mention England was expensive? Also, the Tube is confusing. The Tube is the subway in London. And this brings us to the next entry.