The White Horse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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This week, we have been at Bartons, my uncle's house. We are only doing one thing per day. Here are the things we have been doing:
Monday: We went to Petworth House, a very rectangular house with lots of paintings, sculptures, and massive grounds.
Tuesday: We went to the town of Battle, where the Battle of Hastings was fought in 1066, when William the Conquerer ...
We visited relatives on the IOW on Saturday and then took ferry to Portsmouth in the evening. Rode to Chichester in the evening to visit daughter Holly. Sunday we had to buy a new tyre and fit it as we discovered a bulge that might give way. Had a relaxing day with just a few miles ridden. We camped with a great view of Chichester harbour, see ...
... living in Brighton this year working as a doctor (haha, I like to brag about how smart and impressive she is) so she offered to put us up for the weekend (or maybe I asked, I'm not really sure, haha)! We were delighted walking into her apartment! It reminded us so much of our place back home! And as we were trying to budget space in our overstuffed backpacks, we had to leave our beloved sweat pants and baggy ...
... an hour and Brighton was quite crowded. We wandered along the Pier and watched legal gambling by children! Really weird... children were able to bet on games like horse racing and these other money games that moved the inserted money forward like the chocolate machines in Australia. When enough money accumulated on the front of the slide some fell into the chute. There were literally dozens of these machines crowded into rooms on the pier. Right next door were poker machines but ...
... months with my aunts' families in South Africa was really quite something. What makes it even more amazing is that my parents and I could never have embarked on this journey together for this length of time at any other point before now. Today marked the first day of my Terminal Leave from the Army and at the end of March I will officially become a "civvy!" Mum and Dad are both now able to leave their ...