Premier Inn Arundel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
... rain here it tipped down ten miles away in Worthing where there was some flash flooding, and a further ten miles beyond there a heavy hail storm made it look as if winter has come early. Currently as my secretary sits writing this there is thunder all about and light rain, it’s early evening. (well it was when she wrote that bit, it’s days later now).
We did make a couple of interesting visits to the same large manor house/stately home, ...
... spawning salmon. And the rain is still tipping down.
Yes, it was still raining when we arrived at Tredegar House near Newport still in Wales. It was a Saturday morning and there were hundreds of joggers passing through the grounds on their way to the finish line in the car park. They all then descended upon the tea shop for a bacon sandwich and a cuppa. Not a good time for us to go for a coffee:
The big red brick part of this house was built for ...
... routes but we only got time to do two. We also found the commentary quite limited, the rest of the time French songs were played, pleasant enough but a bit more information would have been good.
There are so many wonderful building in Paris that no way my humans can remember which was which. The Madeleine church is built like a Greek temple with columns on all sides. It wasn’t originally planned to be a church however, when funds ...
... of the rear tyres had a little bulge so he changed it for the spare. Then, when we stopped for a rest at the foot of the Urals west of Chelyabinsk D saw that the spare had developed a huge bulge. Might have happened as we came on the ring road around Chelyabinsk when we hit one hell of a pot hole, even I rattled, that’s not easy for stuffed toy. There had been no avoiding it whilst travelling in a line of traffic at 30k’s an hour.
The upshot ...