Premier Inn Bognor Regis
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the costal town of Bognor Regis.
Before meeting up with Dave, Denise and Jason we took the chance to walk along the beach front at Bognor admiring the houses and doing some people watching.
The weather was fantastic again today and happily, not as windy, so it was quite a pleasure to be out enjoying the sea air.
Lunch with our friends was great. We really enjoy ...
... one part as my bedside rug and the other to go under my feet in the passenger side of the cab! (shoeless of course!). We have also now got some very cool voile curtains for the seating area. Getting the curtain rods in place was fun - not! Monty has some smart reflective markings on his tow bar, and new carpet in the living area.
We are so much more relaxed with Monty, and we are making him totally ours.
I have returned! We've spent the day walking around that famous seaside town; despite the wind, its really quite lovely. And the bus was double decker!! We had the front row on the top floor; perfect views all the way. We've walked along the beach... Saw a red telephone booth, which has kind of become a thing now, to spot them wherever I can. The ruins of the Western Pier are a bit spooky really; the scaffolding a bit like a skeleton just sitting ...
... shore was made of pebble, but that didnt stop people from enjoying a day grilling out on beach. James and I went for a dip. Even though it was mid summer, the water was so cold you had to just dive in or it was never going to happen!
Had my first Fish and chips in the UK. For someone who doesnt eat fast food. It was tasty
So we will pop the pills, smear on the evil smelling goo, wear white at night (and I always thought that was so I wouldn't get run over...) and go to bed swathed in netting... probably to hear the hapless hungry beasties droning round and round the room angrily in search of sustenance.
Pizza perhaps? But not a pizza me ...