Mansion (Lions) Hotel
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... was almost blown away being the lightest. The ocean was being whipped up into a torment of froth and spray which coated our glasses. There is nothing like a walk along the Brighton Beach on a nice day (apparently). We reached the Pier and had a small break from the wind as we walked through the amusement arcade. That was after the obligatory photos with heads in the painted characters ("I have been to Brighton Pier"). It was ...
... age of the guests here.
Unlike our London hotel, this one has a fridge in the room, and it even has a library. There are small bowls of sugar cubes on the table in the bar complete with little tongs. It's a bit posh!
We can see the Eastbourne Pier from our window - part of this burnt down a couple of months ago, which is sad, as this is one of Eastbourne's iconic attractions. I believe the rest of the pier was re-opened to the public on the weekend, ...
... Then tackled the underground, once again had kind man who carried mine up flight of stairs and we got to Victoria. Unfortunately we had booked on a certain time so had to wait until the 1336 train but was ok, sat and watched and good trip to Brighton, got the bus and back to Katrina's about 3pm Cooler day and a breeze in ...
... After banning myself from anymore shopping we headed to James' first part of his birthday present,I London's only ice bar. Sydney used to have and ice bar which makes sense because its so hot but the idea of having one I London seemed rather strange to me because surely you could just go outside and drink in their cold environment thus giving a similar experience. What I did fail to consider and I feel most Australians would is that England's actually was having a ...
Today we decided to escape London and head to the beach. The weather forecast was for a fine, sunny day, maximum temperature of 12 - perfect beach weather Janette assured me for England, as it wasn't raining!
We took the subway across town to London Bridge Station, where we grabbed a coffee before boarding our train.Just an aside - I went looking for a bin in which to dispose of my empty cup and found that there were none - anywhere! Upon commenting to Janette, she informed ...