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We had a disturbed sleep last night, as the fire alarm kept going off. We went down the fire escape the first time,which led into an alley the back of the hotel.. Where we at first thought we were locked in...however, luckily it was just an extremely heavy and stiff gate, which Steve used all his strength to open... Lucky he's a muscle man :). We then Had to walk around to the front of the hotel, it was still very busy ...
... girl (a Kiwi) who booked us in took Sue's case up the 2 flights of stairs with the room overlooking Kennington Road/Lane. It's on the corner. Had lunch there cos' we get 50% off meals then walked to Westminster. Had wine in the embankment then bought tickets for the hoho bus tomorrow. Made nice nepresso coffee as a machine in room. Breakfast tomorrow will be challenge for Sue as the hotel does not provide ...
... to a computer desk. The call for tea goes out. No one takes sugar. E-mails have filled inboxes throughout the evening and early morning. We all type away furiously for at least an hour or so. Interrupted by anonymous remarks about startling news items.
I wasn’t on the phone line today, but I reach for the phone anyway, if it’s ringed three times or more. I honestly enjoy answering the call line now. I get an email loaded with cases to close. That takes the rest ...
... architecture anywhere - including Hong Kong. The London skyline is changing drastically but most of it is extremely beautiful regardless of the steel and glass.)
Grandpa and I fought, too. I remember stubbornly stalking across a tube station, up and down, insisting that he was on the wrong side. Jabbing my finger at the map and yelling from across train tracks, "It's THIS ONE Grandpa!" And when he refused to move (because my stubborness comes from him) I gave up, ...
... some of which do not get the level of attention others do. Keeping that in mind, in this post we are going to take a look at some off beat places to stay whilst visiting Sussex.
Let’s begin with Lewes. This is a town you may have heard of, yet it does not tend to be high up on the places to visit when going to Sussex. However, don’t let that fool you into thinking it’s not worth a trip, because it certainly is. Lewes ...