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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... from Bakewell and then the discussion went on to discuss Eccles Cakes. Unbeknown to is the baker overheard our discussion and brought us an Eccles Cake saying he didn't make Bakewell Tarts although he agreed with our comment but he would like our opinion on his Eccles Cake. Delicious was the verdict. The walk round the battlefield is well done with boards at intervals saying what went on at various times in the battle. Our only criticism was that at the bottom of the hill, where ...
... place of where 'king Arthur' was born. It had the remains of an old castle there and the sight was quite picturesque being on a hill overlooking the ocean. We searched the shops for information as to the truth of King Arthur and even bought a book. Part of what I have read so far is leaving it to the imagination but detailing events that took place. A picture of The lake called 'Dozmary' where the 'Lady of the lake' gave the Excalibur to Arthur looked like a big pond in a farmers ...
Out walking at 11 am - walked into Brighton centre - brought new handbag as the one brought from NZ too small and then went to Vodafone and got SIM card for £10 for month. Then we went on bus to Saltdean just down from Rottingdean - to the east of Brighton - sat up in the top storey right at the front. ...
... the start – and there were still people on the beach looking like they were sunbathing – or fog bathing!! After a great lunch in a little old multi story half timbered restaurant in the Lanes, just outside the Pavilion, we managed a wander through the ancient, twisty Lanes (once fishermen’s homes and businesses; now full of shops selling sweets, food, boutique clothing, Brighton and Brit souvenirs, and a whole heap of jewellery – who knew ...
... be freezing.”
Continuing on towards Eastbourne we stop at the viewpoint for Beachy Head. It’s an amazing sight to see the lighthouse far down below at the bottom of the cliffs. There are no railings or protection at the edge of the cliffs and because of the height and easy access, it’s one of the top ...