Premier Inn Arundel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the hotel was located about 500 metres away from the Concert, by the time the concert started I was well and truly exhausted but there is nothing better than pushing yourself to the limits and I definitely did that... come the end of the concert at 2300 I couldn't have been more excited about getting to bed the 500 metre walk home was a breeze I didn't even care that it was raining and a thunder storm had started! Walking ...
... in 1947.
Our first visit was on a Friday afternoon; we had set off with the expectation that it would be open as its July and many people are on holiday: However, when we arrived we were told that it wasn't open for general viewing but there was a ‘show case’ tour available.
The house is noted for it’s art works, there are hundreds of painting and a great many sculptures: One of the owners was a patron of J M W Turner, the ...
... then passed to a cousin in the early 1900’s. In present day values, the fortune was worth approximately 2 billion Aussie Dollars. Over the next 30 years or so this cousin and his heir set about spending the fortune so that by 1951 there was less than half a million dollars (in todays money). Some partying that must have taken: The house was in dire need of repairs because it had been neglected during those years so the last fellow sold it off and it became a ...
... a fishing village that goes back at least to 300BC. Some great views of the Seine along this stretch of the river: Then we came to Notre Dame. Somehow or other it just doesn’t seem as big as it did the first time L saw it, nor as austere. Perhaps that was because of the fact that it was crowded for Sunday mass with local Parisians who occupied the central nave whilst hoards of camera toting tourists shuffled there way around the flanking ...
... maps and Sat-nav he thanked us profusely and off he went. He was heading in Kazakhstan, that much we did work out. We even almost made it to Kazan before the next thing went wrong. The starter motor packed up. The car had stalled as we approached a set of traffic lights then wouldn’t start.
David had gone over to a nearby village, there is usually a nearby village in Russia, and someone he met there took him someplace where they tested the ...