Glenlyn Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... we found our bags pretty quickly but we were worried at first.
They had made some people check their hand luggage into the hold because there wasn't enough room on the plane and some of it had gone missing, I'm guessing due to the conveyor mishap. Those people were not happy anyway! But luckily we had no more lost baggage and we headed out and found a bus to catch into London. Gatwick is not really in London it turns out, or not the centre anyway. There was an ...
... all those places close to Sussex Gardens which you must visit.
Arundel Castle is huge as it is spread over an area of 40 acres of spectacular gardens and inside you can find paintings, furniture, stained glass, tapestries, clocks, sculptors and carving of as old as 12th century. The Dukes of Norfolk along with their ancestors have inhabited the castle for over nine centuries and hence the importance of the place.
... that that is the answer to everyone's stress; to just laugh and make jokes with everyone around you. He read me a poem he wrote about his tie fetish and then Lori appeared from the crowd. Katrin had also showed up to keep me company because I had been sitting there for a couple hours but ended up at the same time Lori did. Now that we were all there we could go home. With one last joke, the little old man said goodbye and reminded me to always keep a ...
... I spent many a good afternoon moving amongst these great paintings, so it was good to make their acquaintance again. In particular I enjoyed the familiar sight of the Ambassadors by Holbein, a thought provoking work even today. The two girls had fun working out the emblematic importance of parts of the painting(like the crucifix partially hidden behind the curtain in the background and the fascinating manner in which the elongated skull creates an illusion ...
... South Quay. Ciggie buddy, fellow traveller and family member near by. Much appreciated! She gives the best impartial advice with anything. A keeper for sure. So off to see my mum for the bank holiday weekend. This is the penultimate Cornwall visit before I leave for Australia. I'll be going down for Christmas too but back in London for my flight on the 28th. Something tells me these few months are going to fly... Song of the day: David Guetta feat Sia - ...