Shendish Manor Hotel
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... when you did not have to pay.
W said goodbye to B and C on Friday morning after a very enjoyable couple of days, catching up on the six years since we had seen them. Now that Bill's mum Mary has passed on, they have indicated a willingness to visit us and we will be looking forward to that when it happens. Also Jenny and Trevor have also resolved to make the trip so they may all do it together.
Marian and Nigel are only 30 minutes from Kimpton so ...
... in Brighton full?
Did I mentioned that it had snowed overnight whilst camping in Arundel? Well, in continued to snow in Brighton too! Whatever happened to “it doesn’t snow in England any more”? Ok, so it wasn’t knee-deep or anything, but there it was definitely snow-cold! Oh well, we enjoyed that bracing walk along the beach to the Brighton Pier, but we enjoyed the bus ride back to the campground! Turns out that the ...
... lunch or dinnertime, there are plenty of scrumptious restaurants. Pelham House Hotel and Laportes are both places to consider.
Another great gem is Wadhurst, which is a lovely village situated in East Sussex. This bustling village centre dates back to Anglo Saxon times. The ambience is truly unique, thanks to its colourful history. One of the great things about this small country village is the fact that it has a delightful country feel. ...
Today we saw the first time sun! After breakfast we did some shopping then we met-up with G&C for High Tea at in the Diamond Jubilee Room at the Fortnum & Masons. It was absolutely fabulous with finger sandwiches, small delicate savoury items and cakes. Back at the hotel we went to the Roof Bar to have a drink and then to the Executive lounge to relax. Then we decided to have a goodby drink at the Sports ...
... for another one — after another hour long wait — we were finally on our way! I’ve ridden in taxis in San Francisco, New York, and Thailand, but they were nothing like this. Pedestrians were marginally avoided, and he grudgingly gave way to double-decker buses, all the while weaving in and out of traffic for no apparent reason. We watched as we drove within a few blocks of our ...