Chichester Harbour Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
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... where we changed trains. I had picked up,UK SIM cards for mum and I at the station but could not get them to send texts. Data and calling worked find - a bit of a mystery. .... Our compartment soon filled up, mum & I sat by the window opposite each other with a small table in between us there were 2 seats next to each of us that were filled with 4 people (kind of family group?) speaking something I didn't recognise. After we'd been going for a while mum reached ...
... interested in doing the next day before it got too late before we started on the cider again! After completing that seemingly difficult task (it appears not many people like talking on the phone!) we headed off to yet another pub in the main street for some dinner and cider. Besides cider, the other popular drink on hand was the locally brewed 'Brains' beer, of which there are several varieties. After another tipsy evening, it was off to bed so as to be bright and ...
... Occasions where we got to see faces we hadn't seen for a while and catch up again with people we'd had coffee with the day before.
In terms of our catering well,M&S was over the road from our house so you would have had to have walked past it to get to your car to go to Sainsbury's. I just couldn't do it (I'm not sure I actually tried). And it has to be said that I've stopped thinking in pounds in Australia therefore it made England ...
... yeah – plus a ginormous pier stretching out into the ocean, completely covered in fairground rides, indoor fun parlours, souvenir sellers, bars and fish & chip shops... After a wander to the end of the pier, we stop for some overpriced, but surprisingly good, cod & chips for lunch (and that gets that compulsory activity out of the way); then spend the rest of the ...
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China is the big draw for us. We travelled there as a threesome in 2009 while Mags was pregnant with Noah - overnight train from Hanoii into Guilin and the magnificent Li river and out of Hong Kong. The country and people really took our breath away - we've been eager to get back as soon as we can. ...