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... Bridge, which still feels just a little bit cool. Next week we will be doing blue light driving. I still can't really believe it, but over here they just make a call to Comms and let them know we're going to ping around the city and we just drive around on 'blues and twos' wherever we want.
I have already had a taste of blue light driving though. On our way home today we were waved down by a crowd around a red car. One car had rear ...
... of cathedral to see, apart from one or two stained glass windows. Outside, there were some sculptures set on the building, and the door to the cathedral was covered in words and was rather beautiful, but otherwise, Jette's look of disgust was not misplaced.
A few years on, I now wanted to see what they had accomplished with our €11.
Well, it's the best €11 I have ever spent. They have done wonders!
The basic entrance has now gone up to ...
... buy stone ground flour if you fancied carrying a few extra pounds home.
The expansive views from the top the Downs are quite stunning and although we had a little rain to start it was now clear right out to the southern coastline. The final stretch teased us a little as we could spot the Jack & Jill pub from the top of the hill. A very nice lunch and a few drinks later we headed off on the last 2 miles to the train station and back ...
... 2 hour delay on runway) and subsequent train travel from the airport to Victoria Station and then into Brighton. Cal and Emma greeted us and took us to the flat they had arranged for us at City Coast COC. Emma had been very thoughtful and organised us some groceries with all the essentials but the highlight of the evening (apart from seeing our close friends for the first time in quite a while) was the hot shower and bed that was ...
... over lookng the water and a stroll along the boardwalk, almost made us feel at home ... until we saw the beach - full of pebbles, not a grain of sand in sight!
Great Sunday roast for dinner and then a girlie night on the couch (boys were playing boy games) watching the new series of Downton Abbey, with lots of tears!
These were not the only tears as goodbyes are always hard :( Until we meet again good friends, or you send the kids to Oz.