Travelodge Littlehampton Rustington
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An early start this morning and as usual we got an earlier train , which was boarding in 5 mins, so we arrived in Dover before we had left France.
The worst thing that struck us was the awful state of the English roads. The concrete M20 is diabolical. What on earth foreign visitors must think - its an awful welcome to the country.
The Spanish road system is superb and the French roads were all open in snow and ice.
This was ...
... Landrover pulled visitor train to take you the 3km out to the stones - and now charge an arm and a leg to visit. When we got out there, the wind was howling a force nine and our kids were whinging a force 10. I took them to shelter behind a tiny hedge while Jo did her best to enjoy the moment. About three minutes later, we were all back in the train heading back in. Back at the exhibition, the kids were much happier listening to their audio guides and ...
... which was way prettier and more blue than I had imagined. I then did the Thames Riverwalk, which was gorgeous also. I loved The City, proper. Parts of it reminded me of Chicago (John Hancock Observatory/Water Town Place, on Michigan Avenue), except with more history. There were a lot of "young professionals" having lunch by the river and shopping at Borough Market, which was also very fun to walk through. It smelled amazing in there, of Greek food and herbs ...
... coffee but everyone else shuffled their feet looking embarrassed. We don't do revolutions, we're British.
After waiting for 4 hours we were whisked (a rather positive slant for a 1+ hour coach ride) to a stately home near Gatwick. Costing £260 a night and £20 for breakfast, this debacle will have cost BA a pretty penny. Coach picks up in 20 mins and fingers crossed I'll make it to Thailand this time,
... I once again found myself living in a foreign country when major destruction struck. Once again I felt those feelings of uncertainty, homesickness, and grief that I could not share. My hometown of Island Park & Long Beach, NY was struck by a hurricane in October. Our town was lost and our home was nearly destroyed . Through the power of Facebook and the Internet- I was kept updated on the status of our old life. I remember reading our community page and shaking and sobbing in ...