Travelodge Brighton Seafront Hotel
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Very nice hotel from the outside, but it does not have the best service.
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... about this place.
It was created about 4000 years ago and it was thought that is was for
religious people to heal them with the heal stone, but nobody really knows.
Stonehedge is just a bunch of massive rocks in a round ...
... such as Hove Lawns. But yeah. Any hint of sunshine, get out there. With all the walking trails we have a mere bus ride away, the opportunity to get out on or in the water, the sports areas you can use or rent or just the beach and all of the parks to relax in. Brighton it very much an outdoor place. I'm excited to be going travelling again but this time, I'll be just as excited to get back. True story. ...
... though, often saying 'just let me check out the back', but not coming back for hours on end! As in Panguma, children came and went with regularity, I was never really sure where they came from, or where they went, just that they were there, and then they weren't! Amadu and Papayu, however, seemed to be around more than most. Amadu was a curious child, into everything, but with a cheeky grin that made him difficult to chastise! Papayu, on the other hand, could be ...
... light downward. The chandelier handing below and several carved dragons that appear to be breathing lotus flowers which held oil lamps. The chandelier itself has over 15,000 lusters.
Pictures are not allowed inside as many of the artifacts in side are on loan and no photography is part of the loan agreement. To check out the inside, this link is a half hour television program that takes you through the pavilion http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=viHMteyA 7TM.
Friday morning we had set our alarm for 8, but the Italian girls decided to wake up at 7 and start packing everything which woke up everyone. Obviously the day didn't start the way we planned, but we did get everything packed early. At breakfast we met Matt, an Australian, who was traveling all over since May. I was shocked because he planned on spending 10 days in Bangkok by himself.
Our train left at 10:06 so we planned on leaving to ...