Premier Inn Littlehampton
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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Well the party is well and truly over now... We left our hotel this morning with Will the tour guide giving us some time down at the waterfront... They parked the bus near the Pavilion then said we had an hour !! The weather was ****** with winds and showers, so Bill & Barb took off for the Pier and Gaynor and I went running for the Beach huts... Those going to the pier found it closed and had only 30 minutes after it opened and that also included ...
... and we had formal dinner of gammon with mustard sauce and vegetables with Parisian macrons to follow.J has access to catering supplies and gets lovely things..these were wonderful..little and not too sweet. Strawberry had jelly centre .. all lovely. Bed and good sleep. Today supermarketed for tomorrows BBQ. Meat 65 pounds per pound for porterhouse..1 small piece for 5 pounds. Glad we had steaks for week ...
... very dodgy looking cologne. From the smell of him I'm sure he was wearing most of it. They whipped his belt and his shoes off him too - he shuffled through holding up his trousers with both hands looking very distressed about the loss of his confiscated scent which he probably thought made him irresistible. To what I will not speculate. Found myself a seat where I could see the board and settle down to write the blog thus far. Disaster. However, long ...
... once on the train Matt managed to find someone and get
Scott still couldn’t hear properly (unfortunately the
talking side of things worked fine!) and Duncan was in pain and Lara was
uncomfortable so there was some calpol administered as we began our journey. The
kids also had a quick snack of some chicken bits I had brought with us ...
... the rain is no good for me-I almost fell apart! Thanks to Brighton for making me feel like a Queen for a day…love Stanlynne
The Grand Hotel in Brighton is where Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was bombed (she was ok though) and even gave a speech the next day!
The city of Brighton also has the oldest aquarium in the world and it’s really pretty inside.