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... highlights is seeing the Komodo dragons. We were going on the train from Stonegate to Southampton but the train fare for two standard class is nearly £100 so thought about train from Brighton to Southampton and then thought there is a train from Polegate to Southampton and the FIRST class fare for two is £29 Just found out that the Brighton to Southampton bit takes 1hr 46min and stops at 38 stations. What an experience. The whole journey is still shorter than going via ...
... six cars! Car moved and went to fire up Monty - another campervan parks up in the space. Another negotiation!! Eventually Monty is able to get out and off to fill up with diesel.
Once David arrives home and gets scrubbed down, we set off to the New Forest to our planned stop at Sway. Fish and chips picked up in Brockenhurst on the way.
... collection of old toys. The Brighton Museum and Art Gallery includes excellent displays of furniture from the Art Nouveau, Art Deco and other periods. There was also a special exhibition of the fashion and interior design of Biba, aka Barbara Hulanicki, famous in England from the 1960s-70s.
The most famous landmark of Brighton is the Royal Pavilion, with its striking design resembling an Indian ...
... and desolate. I had dinner with an ex-partner, Jean,
and also got to see her son, daughter-in-law and grandchildren, which I hadn’t
done for over a year. And I was treated to lunch and a tour of the nice bits of
Hastings by VG Lee, which was good fun.
So, fingers crossed that I have no more mishaps or ...
... br> When Matt got back with the bags I put my dress on and changed Emma into some shorts and t-shirt as it was quite warm. At 3.30pm we all left the hotel and went for a walk by the water. We went down onto the beach – I use the term 'beach’ quite loosely because instead of sand, there were just lots and lots of stones. Still, there were quite a few people out, both swimming and relaxing on their towels.