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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 ...
... The before, during and after photos were
They took us for a walk all round Chichester, which is a very attractive, compact town.
Much of our walk followed the line of the old city walls. We also visited the
fine cathedral, which has a window designed ...
... would be quite elaborate. Since visiting Brighton, I've realised that 'beach' is a loose term. What 'beach' has no sand, but pebbles as a replacement?! An uncomfortable one! Regardless, it's quite amusing to see people flock to Brighton as soon as the weather gets a little warmer as a place to relax and tan. After a bite to each down at 'Ohso' (a restaurant on the beach boardwalk), we took a walk over to Brighton Pier. No ...
... to arrive but at least I had time to feed Emma before it came.
After dinner we watched some TV and Matt did some reading while I wrote the blog. It was great to see Melissa and Martin again before we leave and really nice that they caught the train out here to see us. The Brighton sea front area is really nice, particularly on a day like today. Tomorrow we’re going to the Sea Life Centre and will probably also look at Brighton ...
... a sea-side band stand and with ice cream and candy floss available the effect was enhanced.
With a gap between acts on the stage our next stop was the main stage where Sound of the Sirens were just finishing off. What a superb setting. With Portsmouth Harbour and some very big military ships behind the stage, one side of the arena was formed by nothing less than Admiral Nelson's flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar, the HMS Victory. We had seen this magnificent ship that ...