The White Horse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
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... we will have to get Steve to re-position it when he comes back in December.
Friday was quite a nice sunny day, so we all caught the bus in to Chichester once more and headed towards the Marina. We found a boat doing canal trips and only had 30mins to wait, so bought coffees and sat outside the Visitor Centre for a while. We were the only 4 people on the boat and the chappie spent all the outward journey with us telling us all about the canal, ...
... Apart from the obvious shopping and buying new everything's in Europe, I really did want to come home feeling like it was worth it. I wanted to come home with skills that you can only gain with experience and experiences you can gain with opportunities. It's quite a change coming from a small town in Black Rock to living half way across the world to Europe and experiencing what has yet to be, the best thing I have ever chosen to do.
I couldn't ...
... a cliff as well, which is their preferred habitat, since the 1990s and eventually a nesting box was set up for them and they have been breeding successfully. The adult female was on show, feathers being ruffled in the breeze but indifferent to the locals and tourists passing below, most of whom would be too big to be reasonable prey for even this powerful falcon.
We had only paid for an hours parking at the Travelodge car park and had not really expected to stay long ...
bottles of drink. The weather was just boiling and i was struggling in the heat.
However it was not too hot for too long as when the sun went down it suddenly
became quite cool and I sat with my feet towards the BBQ. We were having a great
time here on Hove Green throwing ball's and frisby's at eachother simply to heat
our body's up. However non of us were very good at it but as ...
... as Christmas and the table has come from servants rooms. The table had plain pewter plates, which dated from the 18th century and were prized as they kept food warm as well as being unbreakable.
I then made a quick visit to the Abbey. There was a good exhibition and it showed the layout of the abbey as well as its history. There is a ‘brother’ in the abbey who explains more and he had a small group with him. I didn’t have time to see ...