Premier Inn Burgess Hill Hotel
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... I was luckily enough to get a first class ticket for only £25 billie said this was a great bargain as most first class tickets were over £100!! I then got to Sheffield and hopped on another train to chapeltown, where I met Julia. We chatted so much and it was lovely or see her! The wedding was at 4pm so we made our way to the church. It was at wentworth church, if this is familiar to anyone? Most of the ...
... Bohemia there. Twelve years later Richard was so distraught at the death of Anne at the age of 28, that he, according to Holinshed, "caused it [the manor] to be thrown down and defaced; whereas the former kings of this land, being wearie of the citie, used customarily thither to resort as to a place of pleasure, and ...
... the private wing for the royal family living there and the state apartments. In The Red Saloon is the section on Victoria Revealed, where she held a privy council meeting just hours after she learned she was the monarch. Next section is A Royal Arrival the room believed to be where Queen Victoria was born. Plus many more rooms. You can see some of the fashion over the years from HM The Queen, Princess Margaret and Diana, Princess of ...
... park where the winter wonderland is. We met Jess and Jodie and went ice skating. The weather held off luckily so we were able to go. It took a little while to get the hang of skating and was really fun. It was funny watching people struggle and fall over. I got a piece of pizza for dinner and tried some of Melissa's fish and chips. It was really yum. The wonderland was filled with rides and ...
... Saw beautiful horses and lots of spectacular carriages....topped off by the gold carriage...only used for very special events. I enjoyed this immensely And the sun had come out.... So, after asking directions from the staff in The Royal Mews Shop... (who were MOST impressed with my 'crushable' map of London, Brooke ) I headed back towards Buckingham Palace and then down The Birdcage Walk to Westminster Bridge. ...