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Kate and I drove down to Brighton to do some exploring. We arrived in the afternoon and wandered around the city to get our bearings. We toured the royal pavilion which has an interesting history and then walked down to the Brighton pier and walked around the arcades and did ...
After a week in London, it was time to move on. It hardly seems like a week ago that we arrived in England and had our first meal at an English pub. It seems like so much longer than that. We've done so much and seen so many things, yet barely scraped the surface.
After getting a minor hiccup with our next hotel reservation sorted, we checked out of the Imperial Hotel in Bloomsbury. We had to get to Victoria Station for our train to Eastbourne, and decided that ...
... prices. Bought myself a crossword magazine. On the way back we had a little walk at the back of the houses, and there is a trail, very middy at the moment with all the rain, but very countrified that we will have a look at when it is dried out. Saw some lovely houses and gardens with beautiful roses. Really like this area. Home to a nice cup of tea and more reading and doing ...
... last of our packing and tidied up the room. It had been a monumental task but Meghan’s expert packing skills had gotten it done. We had three large duffel bags, a bag of camping equipment, two large carry-on pieces, a painting, laptop and camera. And let’s not forget the two bike boxes. We were going to have to get nearly 160 kg to the airport and checked-in the following morning. I had scoped out the shuttle bus the day we’d arrived and it was perfect - ...
... Jennifer and met them at Pho a Vietnamese resturant.
We walked around the beautiful shops in the several hundred year old Lanes area of Brighton, getting informational tidbits from Starr along the way. A highlight was the Royal Pavilion, a Summer palace built for King George IV in 1818. It is a mix of middle eastern and Indian architecture with some of the original lush landscaping still surrounding it, and that ...