Premier Inn Arundel
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... crowd wanted only to see a fight- such a fickle crowd- and duly noted by the emcee.
Sadly, us grownups missed out on much of the glam of the castle, what with being Bank 'Oliday an all,it was very crowded, and the events drove us outdoors. The town of Arundel itself is pretty and Tudor style, the river Arun runs through, a brown trickle really, but adds to the requirements of a castle town. The castle looms over the ...
... Dukedom in the land", according to one of the guides. He also has 9 other titles, including being the highest Earl in the land. These titles are all very confusing. We've had them explained to us a number of times. Each explanation sounds good at the time, but no two explanations have ever been exactly alike!
Probably the most impressive room in this castle ...
... method and as most of the best producing quartz was close to the surface they probably took out most of the gold. After the Romans the place was forgotten about until the late 1800’s when after a survey of the land the old open cut mine was discovered to have been a gold mine it was reopened. In the first 5 years after that it only produced a few ounces of gold, then a different consortium took over and employed better techniques and pulled out enough gold to make it ...
... right currents and winds it will build up again over the winter months as it sometimes does.
David has done some work on the Range Rove since his return to England but then had a long wait for some part of other so it is not actually in going condition as my secretary writes this, hopefully it will be shortly as the part has just arrived.
That’s about all there is to say for the present:
© Lynette Regan 5th April ...
... pier as a seagull took one straight from Emma's fingers and hit Chloe in the head. Quite hilarious for onlookers! Emma, who had lived here for the majority of her life and never ever experienced such a thing. Speaking of experiences, we also got to experience Emma's addiction to skill testing which was unfortunately unsuccessful.
Last night we were shouted to a 'Jamie Oliver Recipease' cooking class 'Japanese' style. See photo's for our awesome cooking and plating skills.