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... buying things. Hope my suitcase isn't too heavy.
Then we had a walk around the Old Town. There has been a fishing fleet at Hastings for over one thousand years, and the town grew up around it. There is no river, so the fleet is based on the beach, the Stade, a Saxon word meaning landing place.
One of the features of the Stade is the tall black sheds where the fishermen store their gear. These Net Shops were built in the Victorian times when ...
... sleep and Peter our host made a lovely brekkie for us. John and Dawn and Hayden Collard picked us up at 10am and we went to Alan and Pat collards house for a cuppa. Off then to the Hove beachfront for a walk along the promenade. The weather was lovely and the sea very calm. There a lots of those little Oldy worldly beach huts all along with their brightly painted doors - a couple for sale £14000! We set off for Church street in Hove to ...
... Where Winston Churchill, Robert Menzies and the Queen Mother have all sat before me.
The present Castle was established by Henry 11 in the 12th century, and there have been troops stationed there until recently. It is the largest Castle in Britain and sits right on top of the famous white cliffs, with extensive views for miles around. We climbed up to the roof of the Great Tower to better appreciate its ...
It was a welcomed sight to see Jess and her dad waiting for me, as I know I have done for her so many times before (except she was wearing clothes when I just wear my pjs) and once the excited greetings were over we headed to the car to make our way to little Crawley Down. Jess lives in the most beautiful little town imaginable and I must say it bears a pretty good resemblance to pivot drive in Harry potter!!! But maybe more so because I was fairly delirious in my tired state. It ...
... crowd was huge and we sat on the beach and had a snack while the kids gathered more shells.
Again, we continued along our journey to finally take the kids to the pier. The were so excited that they were jumping up and down. We walked to the end where they have loads of carnival rides. We purchased a number of tokens and took the kids on the rides. Once we were out of tokens, we walked up to a fancy pizzaria for dinner. Best ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed