The Dolphin and Anchor

West Street, Chichester, West Sussex, England, PO19 1QE, United Kingdom | Hotel
 

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Not-so bright Brighton

A travel blog entry by naomithinksit

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... anyways.

In the afternoon, Kyle had to go to camp, so we dropped him off at the weekend christian camp, there were tons of ten year old boys running around mental, and wee Holly packed a sad cause she was too young to stay over night. However after some pizza, loom banding, and going to see her daddy play in the pub seemed to cheer her up no end.

Still, after a busy day I am looking forward to bed.
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Fun with the Whanau

A travel blog entry by naomithinksit

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... are as crazy for loom bands as everyone else, so we've been making bracelets for almost 3 days straight now. I even learned a new weaving technique! These seven year olds are way better than me.

The jet lag is still pretty strong though. When I said I was going to bed at 10 past six, the kids looked at me like I was messing with them. They were kind of surprised when I actually went to bed.
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Ready to rumble....

A travel blog entry by harrywalker

... good contacts out in the Dominican Republic, I am still heading into the complete unknown. I am staying with one of the doctors from the hospital for the first week, and her chauffeur, Arturo, is collecting me. I feel I might be landing on my feet yet again...
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Brighton

A travel blog entry by muggie

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... an hour and Brighton was quite crowded. We wandered along the Pier and watched legal gambling by children! Really weird... children were able to bet on games like horse racing and these other money games that moved the inserted money forward like the chocolate machines in Australia. When enough money accumulated on the front of the slide some fell into the chute. There were literally dozens of these machines crowded into rooms on the pier. Right next door were poker machines but ...

I'm half South African... what'd'ya know!

A travel blog entry by abibradley

... known him as Martyn Bradley my whole life, is that his sisters and the entire family over there now call him Ralph ("Rafe") - it's what they all feel is right. So; Mum has a husband with two names and I have a re-born father who has finally found what he was searching for over his lifetime.

It has been an emotional rollercoaster for us all since October. To be unconditionally invited to spend ...

Location

This hotel, located on West Street, Chichester, is near Chichester Cathedral, Fishbourne Roman Palace, Goodwood House, and Pallant House Gallery.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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