Premier Inn Chichester
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... rest of the family went to the Toy and Train Museum under the railway line at Brighton Station. We all meet up again to walk down the street markets that Ian discovered on the way back from the car. Tristan finally bought some boots, There was a really good curios shop called Snoopers which was packed with most things that you could think of - a cross between an op shop, antique, and collectors haven.
By the time were made ...
... inhabitants, how it was built and why etc. We saw 2 herons as well as a kingfisher and numerous coots, moorhens and ducks. It was a very pleasant way to spend an hour and a half. Back on dry land we treated ourselves to a sandwich, but no ice-creams! Then eventually it started to rain so headed back to the bus and homewards. Dinner-time found us in the pub next door to the site enjoying a superb non-expensive meal for a change and mulling over the week.
... had plans but the room had not been ready on arrival and the man on the checkout had agreed to look after our bags for the day and confirmed our room number, so after a very quick walk around the city centre and a stop to get some cash we walked back to the car park. The helpful concierge at the hotel was giving directions to someone and as we passed told us that the room was now ready so we took the bags and stashed them in a corner and then set off for Portsmouth. Our vague ...
After 2 nights the weather began to change so we decided to quit while we were ahead and head for home. The journey was without mishap and all in all the trip was successful and helped me produce a long list of things we still need to buy to make our comfort complete.
Hopefully we might fit in another trip before we go off to South America, but if not we have Europe to look forward to in July. Who knows where we might end up? The spirit of adventure is strong ...
... I did see a small bit of a falconry display that was happening in the cloister. The man explained the term ‘hoodwink’ came from putting hoods on falcons.
John saw a large range of vehicles – from ye olde 1880 3 wheeled Benz’s through to modern sports and Formula 1 cars. He particularly liked the McLaren sports car. There were also ‘special’ cars like Chitty-Chitty Bang-Bang and the De-Lorean from ‘Back to the ...