Premier Inn Chichester
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... England. We also went to one of Anne of Cleves' houses, who was one of Henry the VIII's wives.
Wednesday: We went for two walks on the South Downs.
Thursday: We went to Butser Ancient Farm, a farm where they do everything like Stone/Iron/Roman age people would. The we went to an outside house museum, where they were showcasing houses from the 15-1800s.
... for lunch sitting overlooking the harbour with all the boats coming and going.
Whilst Lorna & Mike caught the bus to Havant on Thursday, Brian & I took a walk along to the centre of the village of Southbourne, to the Co-op and the farms shop. Once back at the motorhome we played with our new awning, only to find that the wind-blockers we kept from our old van do not fit. Neither are we able to open and close our van door when the awning is ...
... it has an amazing view! As the hotel is located just across the road from the ocean, it overlooks the Brighton beach. There is also a very large balcony which is really nice.
I let Emma play on the bed which she was excited about until she bumped her head pretty ******* the bed head. Then there were lots of tears and she was upset for quite a while. It was after 3.00pm by then I so fed Emma her afternoon tea as she calmed ...
... I suppose that the UK is often underrated by its citizens. The small but ancient city is dominated by a large 12th Century cathedral which is a minute or so from the Travelodge so that was our first destination. We walked around the back and Julie noticed a sign about Peregrines breeding on the church and there was a couple with a telescope set up so we went to talk to them. There have been Peregrines on the church, which is easily the tallest building locally and the nearest ...
... photos. There were photos all through the house, along with comments from the owner.
Apart from the people in costumes, there appeared to be no staff in the rooms here and they seemed to rely on ‘Please don’t touch’ signs as well as having cords across chairs to stop people sitting in the chairs.
The house also had a secret staircase although it was chained off for safety reasons. The previous main dining room is used at ...