Premier Inn Bognor Regis
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... watching before heading back to the hotel to check in. Went to Pompoko, a Japanese restaurant with a few tables and had a really nice meal. After dinner we walked over to Komedia to see some live music. We liked the opening act best, Jacko Hooper a local with a really nice ...
What should we do for the summer? It was likely that we would spend it in the UK. But a stroke of good fortune left us with a small pot of money, and 'you can't take it with you'. It was too good an opportunity to miss. So the ferry is booked - one way, and Monty is scheduled in for his final bits and pieces before I am satisfied that we have him fully equipped. New plan for the summer is to take 10 days meandering down through France, spend a week with ...
We also hope that we're going to experience so many amazing things that we'll never be able to remember them all and so with this we'll always be able to look back and remember of all the adventure we had.
It might be brief in places, it might be overly detailed in places...but we'll try out best to make it an interesting read full of as many pictures as we squeeze in!
... quick. We went into the Jama and its really pretty nice. You have this holy water pool in the middle, which I was tempted to wash my hands in (every little helps and all that) until I saw people hacking up into it that is and the place was surrounded by the mosque towers. We had a little wander around then decided to go up the tower. After a few people speaking arabic to me (the new look was clearly working) we had now we gained a new best friend who told us he would guide us up ...
... Shakespeare Bookshop which is also iconic in its own way, and bought a really detailed map of the city. Now, I could walk anywhere and not get lost.
Then I headed west and crossed back over the Seine on the Pont Neuf, and walked to the Louvre. The Louvre Palace itself is imposing – (this is where Louis the 14th lived when he was in Paris, but he really preferred Versailles about 12 miles away), and if you walk from the palace courtyard to the museum ...