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... the building itself. Just amazing.
After filling our cultural cup we took a stroll out on the Brighton Pier...which is kitsch and crazy rides in all of their glory. I can imagine it heaving with people in summer...it would actually probably worry me, all that extra weight on the old creaking boards!!! It was quite amazing to be out so far into the ocean on the pier!!! We could see the chalk cliffs off in the distance and had beautiful views to left and right.
... would cause a lot of controversy so he spent 20 years doing research to prove his theories before he published it. All that research was done at his house, mostly in the gardens. Much of it is the basis for modern scientific principles. My opinion of him went up after the visit.
Today, Friday, is our last day here. Allen has been wanting to go to Ashdown Forest for a walk and to see the inspiration ...
... in Cardiff. After some hotel booking dramas we were off to see the one thing we had intended to see from day one - Cardiff Castle! We spent a good two hours roaming about the castle walls and grounds, learning about its history as a Roman fort right through to a fortified bunker for the people of Cardiff during WWII. The rooms of the actual castle had been restored and refurbished in spectacular oppulence, and they even manage to maintain a few peacocks and a ...
... Limbaugh or Rachel Maddow. And there's certainly no such thing as FOX news. Dreamy.
After a fabulous sandwich at Mr. Beans (yea, seriously...) we continued our trek. We took the funicular up the hill... no sense in walking!!!
Hastings Castle was built by the Normans and William the Conqueror in 1066. It was actually pretty neat to look through and it had a great view of town. Unfortunately time, weather, and WWII took its toll on the poor ...
... if she had her time again. We would definitely recommend this B&B to anyone looking for somewhere to stay in the Kent area.
Only 15 minutes or so away is Canterbury, where we visited the stunning and famous cathedral, with its resident ginger cat and beautiful crypt. We then spent an hour or so walking along the pedestrian street looking in the shops, making our way to the one of the surviving medieval gates.