Tottington Manor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to march away from those smirking ingrates at the bus stop. I marched about 10 feet. Fingers have lost all feeling - I'm all red, hot and sweaty from almost losing a fight with bags and doors. I put the bags down, reload and proceed as far as the crcrepe place that's never open. Stop - reload. I'm getting really hot now - I wish I could lose the coat. Make it to the nail bar. Stop - reload. I proceed along the High Street in this manner - into East Street - I'm now leaning ...
... the Olympic swimming pool. We had been here in 2011 with Sal to see the construction under way so it all looked a bit different and had been a big part of her life in 2012 so good to see it all finished. Retracing our steps we enjoyed the return trip in the Cable car - more so sharing with a little girl and her Dad who helped us get more people to wave at us than before, the best being a whole family filling their ...
Over halfway now with 460 odd miles done. Pity the time is flying by. Pottered through Sussex countryside , past Arundel and took off road route by river Arun. Slow but peaceful. Meeting friends Rosa and Dermott, John and Imogen, and Martin. Had a fun evening with them ...
... and brought his French lifestyle with him and partied hardy, enjoying himself so much that he was known as the Merry Monarch. But he had no legitimate heirs. So the throne went to his brother, James II who was the Duke of York (First son is always the Prince of Wales and second son is always the Duke of York) as an aside, New York is named after him.
So James II ruled from 1685 to 1688 and made a right mess ...
... With assets from his wartime job at the Chase Manhattan Bank in London, my father elects to purchase a shop in Southfields, a somewhat modest working class neighbourhood near Wimbledon. The shop is located on Brookwood Road, a street of unpretentious terraced houses. Today they would be called townhouses, and our shop a convenience store. We sell everything from wool to butter in our minuscule setting. ...