New Wilmington Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... rest of the family went to the Toy and Train Museum under the railway line at Brighton Station. We all meet up again to walk down the street markets that Ian discovered on the way back from the car. Tristan finally bought some boots, There was a really good curios shop called Snoopers which was packed with most things that you could think of - a cross between an op shop, antique, and collectors haven.
By the time were made ...
Perhaps part of the worry of leaving Thailand was the fact we had to go through the rigmarole of actually getting back to England . Our fears were unfounded though as it was easier than we thought. Rupert was exceptionally cute at the airport, which was handy as we had overstayed our Thai visas by a few days and they called us on it but didn't charge us. Phew! He was a pickle getting on the plane and before take off as they make infants get on early and ...
Skirting the outermost ring roads that lead to London we start to notice that the traffic is getting heavier, slower and more aggressive! While roadworks have been noticeable around the UK, in this south-east corner of the UK they are particularly rampant - which means a slow, slow drive towards Dover.
We are rewarded, however, by blue skies as we climb our way towards Capel-le-Ferne where the ...
... no idea what I was on about... It's going to be a very long trip if I can't have a vodka lemon lime bitters I thought, so I had to settle with a glass of Pinot grigio. Upon arrival at the ice bar we checked in before we were able to suit up in their thermal cloaks.. I looked and felt like I was about to enter Narnia and boy was I excited. The door slid open and we made our way inside. It was amazing and bloody freezing but mostly amazing.. Everything was including the glasses ...
... scattered around because of lack of rubbish bins - a polluted, but safe environment!
On arrival at Brighton the first thing I noticed as we left the railway station was the raucous squealing of seagulls competing with the sounds of the double decker buses and other vehicles, which signalled that we were at the English seaside. The other hint was the 40 knot gale whipping up the street from the beachfront, causing us to lean into the wind to make any progress at all ...