Leeford Place Hotel
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... Both were fantastic, very impressive!
After that we meandered through The Lanes and into North Laine, such cute and quirky little stores to window shop at.
We made our way to the Brighton gallery and museum at The Dome and then took a spin around the Royal Pavilion. What a wonderful and ostentatious example it is. The dining hall, music room, and kitchen were the most stunning of rooms but I also liked the hidden servants hallways...not to mention the ...
... funding for Battle Abbey as penance for the bloodshed and as a memorial to the 7,000 dead. We saw the spot where the abbey's high altar stood: the site where Harold died, the result of an arrow in the eye. There is a very good 'discovery centre', including a film that recreates the rather bloody battle, and a museum that describes how this pivotal battle shaped English history. Although little ...
... there for 5 days or so before tackling the Great Ocean Road to Adelaide. Once in Adelaide we would explore Kangaroo Island and then say goodbye to the camper and do an organised tour up to Alice Springs seeing Uluru and Kings Canyon, also on this trip would be a stay in Coober Pedy - somewhere I really would really like to see.
Due to visa restraints we may need to leave Aus for a bit to allow for a new ...
... that goes against the grain. We departed La Coruna at 17:00 at the end of what had been a beautiful sunny, pleasantly warm day. This had been our first visit to Spain and we move on back to the Atlantic swell looking forward to our next Spanish port-of-call. This evening is the first of four formal evenings with the promise of a disco at 22:45. We will possibly stay for a short while if only to work off the meal. (This written tongue-in-cheek, as on our last cruise we boogied until 1 ...
... stop to break up the driving between Cornwall and Brighton, but it was evident that I hadn't done my research into the area very well, for even Portsmouth up the road failed to deliver. We drove around for a while and walked out onto the pier, not very impressed with the sight that lay before us. I did have a recollection of someone telling me it was a **** hole, and it didn't take long for me to realise that they were right. So we wandered a bit more before ...