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Romans for roads; Italians for coffee; but tea is very English in Chichester

There’s a certain simplicity to central Chichester: chances are you’re in North Street; South Street; East Street; or West Street. And if not, then one of those streets is just round the corner, and you immediately know which direction you’re … Continue reading

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Not wowed by Winchester, but we found great coffee and tea

Funny to think people didn’t even know what coffee and tea was when Winchester was capital of England, some 900 years ago. The place is full of bistros, coffee shops and cafés these days. Winchester doesn’t always get a good … Continue reading

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