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Portsmouth and Brighton

Portsmouth has lots of maritime history, so lots for Jim to see. Accommodation at Florence House for two nights was quite lovely.

Drove along to Brighton to see the famous Brighton Pier and Beach. Those poor British - this is their best example of a beach and it is all stones and quite rough. Lots of people there but no-one swimming. Very nice shopping area though.
Drove along to the Seven Sisters chalk cliffs - Quite spectacular, but a sheer drop with no fences. My knees go weak thinking about it, and yes there were idiots walking along the edge again. Good to see, but glad to leave.

Posted by kazandjim 10:39

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