Travelodge Brighton Seafront Hotel
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... I slipped on our way down the hill and got completely muddy so we started to make our way back to the Ebenezer House. Along the way we walked through the neighborhood and looked inside the little shops. We stumbled upon a church with a cemetary on the land with tombstones so old that the writing was barely there.
We finally made it back and I changed and rested. It was nearly 8pm now and we were hungry for dinner. In search for a nice pub, we ended up at ...
... agree with her. My opinion is that the Royal Pavillion doesn't add much to the charms of Brighton, unlike the Art Deco buildings of Napier which are an integral part of the history and character of Hawkes Bay.
The'Lanes' are a really cool selection of shopping streets and there are lovely squares where outdoor dining of the pub or restaurant variety are filled with people being entertained with all kinds of music. Outside ...
... before our car ride out to Beaminster to Roger and Caroline's my uncle and aunt's country home for the Easter holiday. It was a 3+ hour ride being lulled in and out of sleep next to William who was doing the same to Rosaria's pop dance music and the BBC news as Rosaria and Dan stayed alert for the length of the ride until we arrived. After tea and short conversation we were off to our cozy countryside beds on the night of Holy Thursday.
... it, check it out! Delisc!! And for dessert, we went to the gelato shop across the street and ate ice cream with Bailey flavour! Tonight it's the second welcome party at Oceania! I must say that I'm starting to get tired after this hectic week, and I so need to start exercising soon. My mood goes up and down, I need some endorfines.
But I'm gonna have fun tonight anyway! I can sleep as long as I want tomorrow so that's good!
Hugs and kisses to you all!
... but it's actually quite expensive and we'd spent all of our money on all of the other things so we'd decided that we'd merely admire it from afar and save our last few quid for a relaxing beverage at one of the fine licensed premises Arundel had to offer. We were ******* shattered too though after our second early start in a row, so we settled down by the river for a quick nap before exploring the town in search of Tarrant Street. ...