Premier Inn Newhaven
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... before hitting the road again. We arrived at Newhaven and checked out the plan for the ferry. We then got some food for dinner, went to the beach and cooked up a taco storm! A lovely first home cooked meal! We went back to Newhaven and parked in the loading lane ready to board in the ...
... his partner Averil have in Normandy. He had asked if he could stay at our house in Thirsk for a cycle race last summer, then cancelled at the last minute when his place as a referee was changed. Unfortunately, we failed to meet up again this summer. Averil's mother had been taken into Eastbourne Hospital dangerously ill just before we left England. Tony generously lets us stay on our own, ...
Today we decided to escape London and head to the beach. The weather forecast was for a fine, sunny day, maximum temperature of 12 - perfect beach weather Janette assured me for England, as it wasn't raining!
We took the subway across town to London Bridge Station, where we grabbed a coffee before boarding our train.Just an aside - I went looking for a bin in which to dispose of my empty cup and found that there were none - anywhere! Upon commenting to Janette, she informed ...
It would be untruly to say that I was
taking a part from the beginning of this trip. My pack was worried about me
having difficult time adapting to a new life, so they sent me on holiday in the
country. Meanwhile, Ruta and Alfred went up to Whitby and met William. Now, he
sounds like the kind of captain I would trust my life to, not those two. He is a previous owner of the boat and he spent a whole weekend trying to teach them how to sail and do ...
Brand new tyres - well you have to scrub them in don't you. A few hundred kilometres should do it nicely.
So Henry III and I set off for the coast. I've got a real proper paper map and we manage to avoid every major road and stick only to the tiny country roads: lotsa potholes and cow pats; single lane with oncoming maniacs; lush green countryside with resident horses, sheep, goats; lovely quiet twisties - Bliss!!
We had lunch in Lewes and then cruised ...