Travelodge Worthing Seafront
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... I drove down to the lanes, where we have to try find a SIM card for mum. At the end of the day we came back empty handed, because we decided that it would be better to use Dad's phone. The rest of the day we just mucked around, nothing interesting ...
... cousin Murlene and her two kids were also coming with us to Disney for the 3 weeks and they also travelled up to Gatwick on Wednesday, but in a different hotel.
We had a family room in the hotel and we managed to get a fairly early night. I was however kept awake by the combined dulcet nasal noises of the Family asleep. I think i spent most of the night on my iPad, 4 hours was all i managed :(.
... exploring Geriatric Paradise on Sea! Walked along the front, mixture of sun and rain,
(bit like my mood really!) strolled along the pier, lost £2 in the amusement arcade, but it was fun, and tried not to think about tomorrow! What if the wheel didnt arrive... Couldnt make any arrangements until I knew - eurotunnel booking, 2 hotels en route, all needed ammending...
Had a fish and chips lunch in a cafe full ...
... 3am for my sisters in durrington. Here I again loaded up the bike and headed for
Tonight was to be a grand night on the seafront of Hove with my wonderful
friends Chris and Debbie who I met in Argentina last year on my Pan American
After again unloading the bike and getting all my bike gear off we set off
for the seafront but not without a stop at the supermarket to get ...
... shopping. We had a short drink break at the George & Dragon pub nearby and visited Nick's mum in the late afternoon. The next day we had typical English overcast weather and just enjoyed a cafe, lunch at a pub and a quite nice Indian dinner.
All-in-all, a nice, short, relaxing visit!