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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Hello, good day, good morning, or good evening; depends on what time this post finds you! This post finds me in the morning in Brighton, England in a library! I am VERY excited to be typing on a computer instead of on the tiny screen of a cell phone. The process of writing a blog is much faster, and I believe at this time a whole lot more fun! This morning we spent some time on the beach enjoying the beautiful sunshine, journaling and napping. The water was an aqua blue and ...
I am now staying in Brighton whilst I wait for my Sat Nav to be returned (hopefully working well). I chose to stay here because it was near to my vets, near to my motorbike garage and near to my friends. It would have been more convenient to stay on the Caravan Site in Seaford but although it is in a wonderful location, is somewhat run down and has limited facilities and after my experience of the gales when I last stayed there, I don't want to have to go through that ...
... out a lot about what had happened in terms of the development of the building and its use (and history). Rooms that particularly impressed us included the banqueting room and the kitchen, and it was interesting to note the differences in the formal dinners. George IV broke with the tradition of having men and women sitting on opposite sides of the table, and had them sitting next to each other (which made it easier for him to set ...
... his English good enough to prefix each sentence with 'I want...' or 'buy me ...', but seemingly lacking in comprehension of the word 'no'! Others in Kayima to leave their mark included Kabba Turay, my Limba friend, who would deliver at least one 1.5 litre 'rubber' of palm wine every single day; and my tag-team of research assistants, Tamba Sogbeh and Francis Turay...I was never really sure which one was coming on any given day but, more often than not, one of them would, and ...
... think it's an eyesore, most of it has collapsed or been removed for safety reasons, all that remains is an empty, dome shaped skeleton. But a significant number of people in Brighton & Hove hold a certain fondness for the pier, myself included. I was looking though photos of Brighton to post on Facebook and yep, that awkward moment when you realise you may have a minor obsession with the West Pier. If ...