PowderMills Country House Hotel
Travel Blogs from Battle
Flying to New York tomorrow & have 2 nights rushing around before we meet Tommy & Jacqueline in Denver to head for them there Rockies. Leaving an Indian Summer behind too.
Fixed Monday's puncture, got quite a bit of the garden put to bed - M25 Challenge in the ...
... and that she wouldn't get to Brighton until much later. But as we're looking for a seat, Laura is leaning out of the train waving her hand and smiling.
When we got to Brighton it was warm out and the sun was shining. It took us 40 minutes to walk to our hostel, which turned out to be really sketchy and everyone there was unfriendly and weird. After we checked in we took a walk back into town on the boardwalk and relaxed in the sun. ...
... the end then back down the other side. Loads of fun people watching. Then it was a stroll through town to see the party pad of George IV, the Brighton Pavilion, where he shed the shackles of royalty and let his hair down. It is quite a gaudy building, very suited for its use. The grounds were alive with couples strolling, musicians strumming, folks having their lunch on the lawn and people dressed to the nines for some kind of function. ...
... I'm now fully prepared for the slim chance that temperatures in Australia drop down to -18C with my new 3 season down-filled sleeping bag that I couldn't NOT buy because the insane sale price got the better of me! The secret to travelling on a budget? It's got to be to spend all your money before leaving your house ...
... Much nicer than the dinner we had last night which had a big lump of stock powder in the middle of my risotto! Food was not great but the waitress was lovely. She is a doll artist and I enjoyed chatting with her so I hope we will keep in touch.
Tomorrow we make our way to london after giving back our van. Only five more nights here and this one is almost finished! Time to get some sleep I think.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility