San Francisco Oakland Metro Map

The Black Horse pub, where you may wish to refresh San Francisco/Oakland Metro Map yourself before setting off, has a collection of hand-carved crooks, sheep bells and a San Francisco/Oakland Metro Map letter from Lord Selwyn-Lloyd, Speaker of the House of Commons in the 1970s, telling of his completion of the South Downs Way. While in name-dropping mode, Charles II is said to have spent a night in Amberley Castle in October 1651 following his exile after the Battle of Worcester.

The hilltop walk begins by your turning right out of the station yard onto the B2139 road and following the roadside, bending sharp left and ignoring a track going straight ahead on the bend. Very shortly you reach a right-hand turning, High Titten. Take this turning and proceed steadily uphill along the road. You are now on the South Downs Way.

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