Leeford Place Hotel
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Today we received our passports with the Russian and Chinese Visas in them. All systems go now! Need to book hotels still in Moscow for 3 nights Yekaterinburg for 2 nights and Irkutsk for 3 nights. Mongolia accommodation for 4 nights, at least one of ...
... of the Rye Castle Museum, we saw an iron gibbet (complete with skeleton): a metal frame that once held the decomposing body of a hanged murderer, and which was displayed in the town marketplace... for 50 years!
The tourist centre has an amazingly detailed scale model of the town, which took a retired husband and wife team over 4 years to research and make. The model was gifted to the town, ...
... spending the whole day beforehand out playing Bridge is also not the best preparation as it always leaves me completely spaced out, with eyes rolling in their sockets, longing for sleep... which is where I am now.
But, I have at least 6 of the ten points above still outstanding!
Now here's the deal.
I am going to find the passport, the route notes and the random Euros, and throw some clothes into a case.
Belgium here we come!
... but the weeds and trees and tangle or vines and everything else makes it very atmospheric. The tour takes you into the west part of the cemetery. That's the oldest part. And where the most money was spent when it was in its heyday. The east part is newer. But still a bit ramshackle. They still have burials there. But no older families come to visit the graves of those that have been in there for over 100 years. After the cemetery went for a walk ...
... on someone’s breath. I was one of the youngest on the bus – only 4 beat me to it – and the blue rinse brigade chattered amiably as we progressed into Worthing.
Here the bus disgorged quite a few passengers and there was mild excitement as we gained more passengers and waited to change drivers. I hoped the new one was more cheerful. As we bowled along towards Shoreham, an elderly chap standing at the front mislaid his wallet and much to ...