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- Free parking
- Family rooms
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... are certain the caves are haunted and they wouldn't venture too far without us especially in the dark and damp corners we found ourselves wandering through! The coast line is made up of sandstone and has kilometres of tunnels carved into it which were used by the smugglers to hide their goods. To get up to the caves from the beach, we took the funicular and at the summit we were rewarded with beautiful views over Hastings and the English Channel.
... Wales pub again and got table eventually - absolutely full up - tea and drink and then made our way to bus. Found it as the main area had been closed due to the speedway. Rather a lowly trip back with other fans but good Hotel at 10.30 pm Had been raining while in stadium but still quite warm 13th Headed to train station for train home at 11.15 On time Cool morning No problems with trains Arrived home 4 pm Quiet ...
... Australians keep coming in to take photos!
- Hastings with its amazing tall skinny black sheds on the beach. These are known as The Net Shops and were building as weather-proof storage for the fishing gear that was once made from natural materials so as to stop them from rotting in the wet weather. The were originally built on posts to allow the sea to go underneath, but as shingle has ...
... The Pasmina Trail', or maybe "Trading Places".
Time for the Invisibles, perhaps?
No surprise here, they are those who having been with them even after 5 or 6 days one still doesn't recognise them at all or really know whether or not they are part of our party... and we seem to have quite a few of them in this group. I know some of those on other coaches more than I do our own Invisible Ones.
I don't think I am alone in thinking this, and ...
... until I moved out of home, which is usually when you get a full time job and finish uni, which is well into the future for me.
Living here, I have to buy my own groceries, do my own washing, cook my own food, pay for rent etc etc... It doesn't sound like a great deal but it's funny when you're not used to it and suddenly you have to actually go to the shops and not just shove anything in the trolley for mum to buy. You have to budget and ...