The Big Sleep Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the hotel was located about 500 metres away from the Concert, by the time the concert started I was well and truly exhausted but there is nothing better than pushing yourself to the limits and I definitely did that... come the end of the concert at 2300 I couldn't have been more excited about getting to bed the 500 metre walk home was a breeze I didn't even care that it was raining and a thunder storm had started! Walking ...
... we walked inside, I was blown away. Yes, the stained glass windows are that much further on and with the sun streaming in through them, cast a beautiful rainbow light into the building. The bells were chiming the hour outside and inside the huge organ with its silver pipes reflecting the colours of the stained glass was playing... not in a brash, loud or insensitive way, but as the accompaniment to a beautiful soft soprano voice which lifted and soared in an easy and gentle ...
... needs over here. Certainly there’s masses of Brits seemingly having a fantastic time despite the cold and the fog..... Its mid afternoon, and there’s no sign the fog is going to lift, so after we retrieve Jill and Gordon from the pub, (where it looks as if they’ve turned into part of the decor – they seem so comfy), we head back home, via the scenic route – east around the coast to Eastbourne. The coast line is mostly high white ...
So this is the first entry and I haven't even left yet! On the 17th of April 2013 I will be flying out to Melbourne, Australia with one person very close to me! We have no plan no idea of anything really! We're excited to the maximum! And I was planning on starting a blog about it just so happens I'm starting it a little early (: advice in what to help is always welcome! I'm Katie by the way, if you've found my blog, hello! ...
We have seen shows on TV like Ramsay's where he visits troubled restaurants. Some involved restaurants at the 'seaside'. Brighton is one of those cities.
Took the tubes to Victoria station and got our tickets to Brighton. It's is an hour train ride.
I spotted a place that sells Cornish pasties.. got to have that. 1 lamb and mint and 1 steak and ale.
We bought the ticket from the automated machines.
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