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Trip to England Part III

Patricia Reitz

More pics from our trip to England.

Today, East and West Sussex.

Brighton Beach, England - ButterYum

The Royal Pavilion (aka Brighton Pavilion), built by the Prince of Wales in 1787 - ButterYum

Saw lots of stair risers covered in harlequin patterned tile all over England, especially in Brighton.  I really love the look.  Might have to recreate the look in my home.

Fancy and Festive :)

Telscombe Cliffs, England (East Sussex) - ButterYum

Telscombe Cliffs, England (East Sussex) - ButterYum

Street Lights of Brighton, England - ButterYum

Brighton, England - ButterYum

Brighton, England - ButterYum

Arundel Castle, West Sussex (11th Century) - ButterYum

Arundel Castle, West Sussex (11th Century) - ButterYum

Sorry, we weren't allowed to take photos inside the castle.

Arundel Castle, West Sussex (11th Century) - ButterYum

Arundel Castle, West Sussex (11th Century) - ButterYum

Arundel Castle, West Sussex (11th Century) - ButterYum

I don't know if there's anything special about this car or not, but after watching several men go out of their way to take a picture of it, I thought I'd better get one too.  Men - can you clue me in here?

Adorable dog sitting in the doorway of a Pub in Brighton - ButterYum

Victoria Fountain in Brighton (32 Feet tall) - ButterYum

Had to get a pic of this vehicle we passed on the motorway - notice anything unusual?

I'll finish sharing our trip to England when I post Part IV (photos will be from the end of our visit as we spent a couple of days staying at an English Manor) - trust me when I say I saved the best for last.  Until then...