The Nags Head
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... and the family still live in parts of it, spent a good couple of hours and really enjoyed it. Wasn't overly crowded either which is always nice when you can take your time without feeling pressured to move on. We then drove to to Brighton Beach, where we spent another couple of hours just having a wander around, found a shoe shop, mum and I found a pair of shoes each, had to have a memento of our day and surely shoes are a ...
Jet lagged already we dozed our way through the ensuing hours and then took our second 6 hour flight, this time to Bangkok. Unfortunately the seat next to mine was occupied by a huge black chap who was so vast that he overlapped his seat on my side and the aisle on the other.
He seemed a pleasant enough bloke but every time he moved he poked a sizeable elbow into my ribs. An even more disconcerting trait was that he did not seem to speak any language ...
... rides. On our walk back towards the station we found the main shopping district in Brighton. Without enough time before closing, I knew I'd need to come back with lots of time to have a good look around. A quick train trip and another walk and we were back home. Managed to fall asleep on the lounge for 2-hours before waking up at 8:30pm to find it was still very much light outside. Struggled, but made it to 10:30pm and called it a ...
... included a picture.
The church was built in 1076 AD, and
was completed in 1108. It was one of the largest churches in its
time. It has a large amount of stained glass, many different little
chapels within its walls and Bishops buried from 1245 and the Earl of
Arundel Castle from 1376. There was an organ player, the music was
unbelievable. The organ is huge. I took a picture with Brian at the
back, the back of it is made of wood. Then I took ...
... girl finished the ride with her hand over her mouth! We remained clean, dry and unputrified! We wandered around on the pier for a hour and then walked to the Royal Pavilion. This is an extravagant palace constructed by King George 4th starting in 1787. It looks really out of place because it has minerets like an story from the Arabian Nights. Spectacular architecture with massive chandeliers handing from sculpted dragons in the centre of the ceiling domes. We even got to see the ...
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