Premier Inn Brighton City Centre
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Another set of goodbyes, a smooth train journey to Gatwick in the middle of the night and a long, sleepless few hours in the terminal waiting area before I could go through security and bag checks. In comparison to my journey through here in September, at least this time I only had hand luggage so avoided the potentially long queues at check-in and could go straight through to bag x-ray and then duty-free. No grumpy x-ray staff this ...
... almost 2 hours later feeling happy that my uniform fit well & all the cool swag I was given, including a little umbrella with the label "JUST IN CASE" on the cover.
On my way back to the train back to Crawley I stopped at a small pub for some chicken mushroom pot pie, chips & pear cider. Very tasty, however also very rich. I could not imagine eating this type of food all the time! The train ride home was quiet, I had so much stuff because ...
... till it was time to move on. There were a couple of things we didn't want to leave in the locker, namely passports, money & cameras (you never know when you want to take a picture, do you?) so they went into the camera bag which came out with us.
We had a couple of hours before we wanted to travel to the airport, so off we went to the Karikatur museum to see the Erich Sokol Playboy cartoons exhibition. We got there, bought our tickets and were then told we had to put our ...
... has the Sir John Ritblat Gallery, which I visited. The Gallery contains some of the most treasured and valuable books and manuscripts in the world. While I was there, I saw a copy of Shakespeare's First Folio, the original Alice in Wonderland, a Gutenberg Bible, the Magna Carta (there were actually 2 copies), Beethoven's tuning fork, works composed by Purcell, Haydn, Handel, and Mozart in their own hand, a pre-America map of New York, pages from ...
... France,Denmark, Germany,Sweden, Romania, and China and got all of their input on classes so far, what clubs to join (many of them were here last semester), and good places to travel in their home countries. I also met some people from the student union who gave me some information on getting involved in the school which was really good. Wednesdays are the biggest nights for students at the clubs so I will be heading out tonight and will definitely give a solid review of where ever we end ...