Premier Inn Brighton City Centre
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We had a lovely breakfast in the B&B's dining room this morning. The reception area had at least 3 awards for Best Breakfast displayed, along with several others for overall wondrousness, and they weren't wrong. Stephen had kippers, because he could. Now we know what kippers are.
We left Rye fairly early and aimed for Battle. We were …
... our health – after all, who knows what the future holds.
The big problem was what to do with the house. To leave it empty and untended for a year was not a good idea, but we had no family near enough to pop in and check that everything was ok. We couldn’t expect friends and neighbours, kind though they are, to undertake such a commitment for a whole year, nor could we afford a ...
... up our bags, and headed back to the train station.
Once again, our journey back proved to be a bit of an adventure as the underground line that we needed (the Jubilee line) was closed for whatever reason. I can proudly state, however, that we were able to regroup and figure out a new route to get home in one piece. And to put the perfect ending to the night, we went to see Sex and the City 2 finally. Forget all the bad critiques, I liked it!
... of the stuff in the US quite frankly. We drove to Leatherhead which is in Surrey and is on the way to Reigate along the M25 motorway. We had been invited to have lunch there with Nadine and Gavin at their house before driving on to my parents. Gavin had made the loveliest lunch - lasagne and home made blackberry pie. The pie was topped with pastry which he had made into a NZ flag which ...
... and driving me mad...MAD!! So in my state of madness, please excuse me, I'm sitting here smiling to myself, dreaming up inventive ways for them to break their necks, thus resulting in a much more pleasant atmosphere. (And people pay me to babysit their children, dear lord, haha). I swear I'm not evil, airports simply stimulate evil thoughts in me... ***Some time later...*** Just got off the phone ...