The White Swan

Address: 16 Chichester Road, Arundel, West Sussex, England, BN18 0AD, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located on 16 Chichester Road, Arundel, is near Arundel Castle, Arundel Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre, Amberly Working Museum, and Amberley Working Museum.
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      Episode 12

      A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Aug 02, 2014

      33 photos

      ... busily involved in the actual dig and several others in tagging and documenting the finds. Most were volunteers.

      What had been uncovered wasn't far below present ground level and its thought it may be a hunting lodge from Henry VIII time. A couple of stone walls have been found and it’s believed it may have been up to 20m square. A nice section of paved floor was being cleared when we visited. One of the principal finds is quite a lot of ...

      Episode 11

      A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jul 11, 2014

      49 photos

      ... however as it is often raining in this part of the world whoever owned the land decided to build this round house (late 1700’s approx) so that the picnics could go ahead no matter what the weather.

      It’s a simple structure really with the kitchen on the bottom floor and a dining room upstairs both with windows offering great views. One of the places most famous visitors was Horatio Nelson who visited in the early 1800’s after his victory at ...

      Episode 22

      A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Nov 12, 2013

      41 photos

      ... many people who had run out of time and rushed around taking a few quick shots before queuing to descend.

      The Eiffel tower was erected in 1889 as the entrance arch to the 1889’s worlds fair. The French were obviously making a point: I met another travelling stuffed toy here, but I’m much more widely travelled than he, though he is on his second trip too, not been to Mongolia like me! It was more than three hours later when ...

      Epsidoe 18

      A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Sep 09, 2013

      6 photos

      ... stacks of silage wrapped in white plastic in most fields.

      It wasn’t until we reached Holland that the rain finally abated some 5 days later, or was it 6, and the sun was damn hot: It was by this time that my humans had decided that the car ran more smoothly with the fuel tank at least half full, so we hadn’t been letting it get low. But, then, there we were on a Dutch motorway with the car stalled and the autobahn safety car pulls up behind ...

      The "Soap Opera Mucked-Up" Stuarts

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 21, 2013

      ... steps on the king’s side are quite shallow so that William could climb them easily. Most of Wren’s builders were French Huguenots who were skilled workers in iron, weaving, and more. About 50,000 immigrated to England at this time and were totally absorbed into English society but it is estimated now that 1 of every 4 Brits has Huguenot ancestors.

      In May of 1689, William gets his wish and ...