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This morning it was back into Harvestor for a continental breakfast. It was a lot quieter today without "Thomas" and family. Ian phoned his Dad and brother fr their birthdays. We drove into town without the GPS navigator which was fairly easy as our hotel is on the London to Brighton road. It was blowing a gale when we parked on the seafront near the Brighton Pier. Nevertheless Jessamy and Amy wanted to walk along the pebble ...
... major renovations and as the house is a listed building they had to use old
fashioned lime plaster on the new ceilings as well as not being allowed to
change the external appearance of the house. All very difficult when the only
access is the front door. It has three stories including attics the length of
the house, ...
... the water. We walked along the new (built 1800s, still called new) pier, had some lovely doughnuts and coffee. Best I've ever had, certainly! The Dome Arcade was madness; almost 4 times the size of TunzaFun and the noise was deafening. I didn't end up going on any roller coasters... They look insane and I'm a wimp! :) I did go on the Wheel, like a smaller version of the Eye. Could see for miles across the bay and the city! It's extraordinary from ...
We bought some fizzy drinks and jelly babies at one of the stands and then detoured to have a look at the Acoustic Stage which was the first of the attractions after "Buskers Corner". We caught the last couple of songs by an act called Katie and Alan who were not bad and there was a relaxed atmosphere. There was a large area of artificial turf in front of the stage which was a brilliant idea and behind that there were rows of deck-chairs giving an effect a bit like ...
The Coastliner 700
Newly in receipt of our free bus passes, Paul and I decided to embark on a trip to Brighton to test out the Coastliner 700. We parked up near to a bus stop and then got our first exercise of the day running for the bus! I arrived first and flourishing the bus passes quipped, 'Wait for the old man!' I was met with a laconic stare from the driver who said,
‘Yes, But. Where. Do. You. Want. To. Go?!’