Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Brighton - a boring costal town...

Last weekend was Brighton, perhaps the least interesting British town I’ve been to. Not because it wasn’t pretty, it was on the south coast so the beach was nice although it was cold, but because there wasn’t a lot to do. We took the train with Michelle and Alissa down there on Saturday. Upon arrival we headed right for the Royal Pavilion. The Pavilion was built as kind of a hang out for King George IV who liked entertaining guests and listening/playing music. It was magnificent; an oriental masterpiece. The ceilings were high, the chandeliers ornate. I wasn’t allowed pictures inside (which was good because it would have taken me a month to get in and out).

This week has been fairly calm. I’ve been out late almost every night, spending more time with Heidi then ever, and enjoying it immensely. I called Amy Bergenwall and talked to her for 30 minutes just about Scotland and Jacqui got jealous and emailed me. I met Kim (a girl Andy is now interested in) and I told Heidi I had a huge crush on her when I visited her after the pub meet on Wednesday. I saw King Kong this week on Tuesday and watched a movie with Heidi at our place on Monday night (Anchorman, again) while consuming mulled wine that I had left over from Christmas. Work has even been pretty good... in general a good week. I'll post a better post later...

1 comment:

rebecka. said...

Do you know Amy Bergenwall?? I think I'm her second cousin or something like that...