The White Horse

Address: High Street, Chichester, West Sussex, England, PO18 9HX, United Kingdom | Inn
 
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This inn, located on High Street, Chichester, is near Chichester Cathedral, Fishbourne Roman Palace, Goodwood House, and Pallant House Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Chichester

A Day at Brighton Beach

A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 10, 2015

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... Tristan was looking for boots and a luggage bag. He took about an hour in one of the shops to decide NOT to buy a Perry Ellis bas because the wheels were a bit wonky. The girls became bored and went to the closest bookshop and bought a book each. After some more looking around we ended up in a small cafe for lunch which was very nice and cosy in atmosphere. Afterwards Ian had to walk back to the car to get a new parking ...

Training sat- tues

A travel blog entry by littlelou14 on Apr 23, 2013

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Arrived at travelodge to meet the girls and sharing a room with my manager Chloe. Next door is the other two girls I shall be working with in Crete - Tayler and Kylie (both lovely girls) meals out in the evenings get t know each other whic has been good. The others girls r based in Sicily, Portugal and Cyprus. All escorts look lovely 3 days of ...

Last time we couldn't get out quick enough....

A travel blog entry by leena_loxa on Apr 21, 2013

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... as we walk around the town. Avoiding the police and the protesters and the anti protest protesters we head off for a walk around Brighton. We walked to the Royal Pavilion which was famous from the times of George IV who built it as his seaside residence. There are parks on both sides of it and many people enjoying the afternoon sitting on the grass in little groups. The town appears to enjoy their 'royal' connection with statues, memorials and fountains ...

I'm half South African... what'd'ya know!

A travel blog entry by abibradley on Feb 29, 2012

... Nelson Mandela's autobiography because he was head-teacher for Healdtown School where the young Mandela spent two years. It's still overwhelming for me, let alone for my Dad and his siblings. Life-stories have been winging their way between here and SA ever since they made contact and the bizarre thing is that it appears we are very similar; looks, sense of humour, interests, persona.... To be continued!

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Chichester, Portsmouth, Halifax

A travel blog entry by djuckes42 on Jul 15, 2011

4 comments, 7 photos

... or they were still there but built on. There were new sights that brought new memories, along with old places that sparked dusty
synapses into reluctant life. I had to use words I hadn't even thought in years: Greetland, Calderdale, Huddersfield, Andy Thornton, and more, and more. There were canals, twisting roads and map-cap driving; big stone buildings, built before Western Australia was an idea, terraced houses; winding and grimy, sheep, chippies, and a sack of nostalgia. ...