https://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/LutonIt is not advised to wear a Watford FC shirt in town, especially in evenings or on Saturdays. Despite lacking the great success and history of the Hatters, Watford are considered rivals of Luton Town FC, and Watford shirts are by no means inconspicuous (their team colour is bright yellow). Wearing a Watford shirt is unlikely to attract more than verbal abuse but could turn ugly if you are not careful. It is similarly not advised to wear a Millwall FC shirt in Luton.
I went on holiday to Hastings once, it was ace.Hastings is the worst place I've been. Or Preston actually. Probably Preston. A lot of England is in a pitiful state though
The building was constructed as gentlemen’s residential chambers, and immediately established a reputation as the place to be and be seen. The King, Edward VII, became a frequent visitor, so much so that the locals would wander along The Leas in front of the building peering into the glasshouse to catch a glimpse of him; apparently because he and his friends were heavily bearded, it became likened to looking at monkeys in a cage, hence the sobriquet Monkey House. The King came not only with the Queen but also his intimate friend Alice Keppel, an hour-glass blue eyed beauty the epitome of elegance, lively wit and discretion, popularising the expression monkey business; his favoured three piece suits are still known asmonkey suits in America.
That looks like the hotel from The Witches.I went on holiday to Hastings once, it was ace.
Well, we rented this converted barn thing in a field midway between Hastings and Rye but we spent most of our days in Hastings cos although Rye is very pretty there is no-one there under the age of 84. I genuinely loved Hastings though, it's kind of like Brighton without all the shit stuff and hipsters (like me). Folkestone is my favourite though, I've been on holiday there at least twice. Cos no-one goes there any more you can rent a suite in this hotel that royalty used to stay in for about 20p a night out of season.