Preston Park Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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... us novices who haven’t driven a manual car in a couple of years.
Approaching Brighton, the traffic of course came back, but not to worry because hey, it means we were at Brighton! We saw the Brighton Pier in the distance, and before you know it we were driving on the road alongside it. We sought out a parking area near ‘The Lanes’ shopping streets, and noticed a bit of a queue. When we finally reached ...
... was much of the same – yoghurt and a little bit of muesli on top, croissant and roll with jam. As it was free, we decided to go with it. We were under the channel for about 20 minutes and apart from that the countryside was not very exciting, and with the train was going very fast photography proved challenging.
We arrived at St Pancras Station at about 12.00pm and purchased tickets for the underground to ...
... obviously just seeing 'West Africa' and not actually reading into the situation. Ghana has had no reported cases of Ebola and there is a whole country in between the affected areas and Ghana. I would not have taken my 14 year old (was 15 when we went) brother and my mum to Ghana if I though there was going to be any risk at all. Currently Ghana is very safe with no reported cases of Ebola. So we carried on planning and started to get ...
... on numerous bugs! But of all the people living on-compound, I think I will miss old 'Bobo' the most! I am not sure of Bobo's real name, nor the nature of his relationship to Father Mondeh (though I got the impression he is a brother of some kind)...Bobo, you see, couldn't tell me because he is deaf and dumb! Despite his handicap, Bobo was one of the hardest working people I have ever met, always up a tree cutting foliage for the goats, or gathering firewood, or out the back ...
Seriously, never has a hulking mass of twisted metal been revered by so many people. Brighton's West Pier is the focal point for many things in the city... Ok, maybe not many. Some. The West Pier is the focal point for some things. Such as Paddle Round The Pier, where people build their own rafts and race around the crumbling structure whilst simultaneously trying not to drown. And slacklines. People with ...