The Warren Lodge Hotel
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... kitchen staff. There is also a tunnel from the kitchen underneath a courtyard that separated it from the main house and a 'secret door' into the house. This meant that the kitchen staff did not have to be seen delivering meals to the dining room. We felt we had rushed through Petworth and would like to go back there when we could spend 4 hours rather than 1.5 hours as there is so much to see.
We had ...
... saw her wedding dress. I was really surprised how small the rooms were and the bed was a wee shorty one. Finished that tour and walked back to the neighbourhood I’m staying in.
Stopped into the Sussex Arms where I had a cider and black. The barmaid recognised me from the day before and remembered what I had. The place was exactly what I imagined London pubs to ...
... at Kings Park.
4. View from our balcony.
5. Granite skywalk.
6. Sensational heights.
6. Will's domain.
1. A storm ripping the roof of our flats off!
2. Finding a redback spider in the bed on our first night!
Top Five Beaches;
1. Conspicuous Cliffs beach, near Walpole.
2. Little Parakeet Bay, Rottnest Island.
3. Greens Pool, near Denmark.
4. North Cottesloe beach.
5. Bunker ...
... road around lunchtime, making it back into London mid afternoon. We made it safely to Bozzie's and then on to the car hire place to return the car. Angus has done a great job getting me around (despite the challenges) and I'm so grateful for his patience with me. The car carried us through our adventures well- Hyundai i35- much smoother to drive than either of our cars at home! There is an building near ...
... of The Commitments. Reminiscing about our safari experiences brought a perfect end to this day in London.
The Tower of London was our next outing. This is where I would get to see the Queen’s Royal Jewels along with what I recalled from childhood as horrible torture devices. It was still drizzling so we begin our visit inside the Yeomans’ Chapel with an introduction of the history of the Tower ...