Premier Inn Chichester Hotel
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... direction to last night. We found we wer right next to West,oyster Cathedral beautiful and another Facebook photo. Mum armed with the newly discovered PIN number - it worked - yay! We could see signs to Victoria station but there was lots of construction Nd we were confused about how to get there, so mum decides to ask another Italian with no English. After going around I. A complete circle and crossing back over the road we found the way. Into the station for a rekke ...
... particular pub already impressed us in London, being a franchise they are found all over England and Wales (and I hope Ireland and Scotland!), and they have some of the most delicious foods! We had the most delectable Irish stew served with warm soda bread and thyme cobblers (like little dumpling things) as well as heaps of tea in my case. It was delicious, and of course we lingered yet again. We then decided it was prudent to head back to the hostel to book a beach tour ...
... But coming back (even in the driving rain on the A3 in a hire car an hour after landing) it looked lovely. All green. A verdant oasis, So different to the dusty, sun blasted desert we call home these days. So what did we do for the two weeks. Well looking back we tried to see as many people as possible and still have time for the kids to play in the townhouse. We juggled days out at theme parks with days at regular parks with family and friends. The ...
... very friendly and helpful, so we’re very happy with it. As soon as we drop our bags off, we’re down to the seaside. Its great – just what you would expect from an English seaside – vast beech of rocks and pebbles; seriously bloody cold water; no waves (at all – could have been a pond!); and loads of white bodies stretched out in rented striped deck ...
Fourteen - that's how many days there are to go before we set out. So much has happened leading up to today that it seems like a huge task just to try to describe it. The blog starts today but the planning started over a year and a half ago. Every move we have made, every life decision we have taken has somehow been informed by this thing. Many evenings spent agonising over routes on our map of ...