Premier Inn Bognor Regis
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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An early start this morning and as usual we got an earlier train , which was boarding in 5 mins, so we arrived in Dover before we had left France.
The worst thing that struck us was the awful state of the English roads. The concrete M20 is diabolical. What on earth foreign visitors must think - its an awful welcome to the country.
The Spanish road system is superb and the French roads were all open in snow and ice.
This was ...
... We have had time to think about how to make life easier - a drip strip is waiting to warm weather to put above the door and lockers to keep water from dripping in when they are opened. And we have got some eyelets for the groundsheet - we found that it didn't like to lay flat in anything other than perfect calm. We have invested in some spare parts like a water pump to take with us. 5th Feb I had the scan and injection on Monday and have had a new ...
... Back in London we wanted to get in an afternoon of exploring. We walked to Buckingham palace and then through Greens Park. We stopped to check out the NZ war memorial. We then walked through Hyde Park, stopping first for an ice cream while we lay on the grass and secondly for a Pimms by the Serpentine lake. The Pimms was overpriced but we had to have one while we were here and what better place. We walked ...
... t been inside it and another traveller told me that you could go up one of the towers in it. Sounded cool and it was cheap so why not. Out we stepped into a very urine smelling Delhi. And began the rickshaw haggling saga. Flag down one rickshaw - how much to this place? (whilst prodding the map). 200 rupees came the answer. Not a bad price actually but still room to haggle. "150?" I responded. "No way, its very far and I have to go through old Delhi" came the reply. "Ok, I will ...
... through Hyde Park in London while waiting for Jack to finish work, enjoying some of this rare English winter sun. A hint of Spring starts to present itself around places which is a good thing for everyone involved.
I spent two nights in the small village of Barton: the first night we drove to Milton Keynes which was about 20 miles away and stopped for a beer at the indoor snow dome. It was impressive but I didn't take my camera so no photo, but the memory lives ...