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This week, we have been at Bartons, my uncle's house. We are only doing one thing per day. Here are the things we have been doing:
Monday: We went to Petworth House, a very rectangular house with lots of paintings, sculptures, and massive grounds.
Tuesday: We went to the town of Battle, where the Battle of Hastings was fought in 1066, when William the Conquerer ...
We had a pleasant train ride to Chichester,
through flat rural, country, with a change at Birmingham. We did get a fine view of Arundel
and its castle, and some canals with picturesque boats. Dave’s cousin Tim and
his wife Sue met us at the station with their labradoodle ...
... to skip a few stones and Emma was interested in one rock. After that we went back onto the path and continued our walk. Further down we saw lots of beach huts which were very cute and brightly painted. There were some people sitting outside a few of them and they used their hut to store their beach equipment. I thought they were pretty cool.
Emma was supposed to be having a sleep while we walked but was only interested ...
... the long weekend probably involved visiting various nature reserves and beauty spots, seeing some wildlife, taking some photos and meeting up with our friends Jo, Andy and Lucas (3). However Jo had told us about the Portsmouth Jubilee celebrations and we were unable to resist.
Portsmouth is another underrated city with a major tourist draw, the Historic Waterfront, home to the HMS Victory, the Mary Rose and the HMS Warrior as well as a host of more modern vessels. This ...
... 8217;. The motorbikes were really good although they didn’t have a Britten super-bike as in Te Papa. He got a nice shot of a BSA Gold Star like Teddy use to race. There were also some bikes raced by former World Champions, as well as some classic old-time machines. They also had a section of old service vehicles e.g. delivery vans, fire engines, ambulances etc. The place was certainly jam-packed with vehicles.
Then both of us went to a SOE exhibition ...