Best Western York House Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Banquet room
- Room service
- Conference facilities
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... struggle out to the end of the pier. Not surprisingly most of the sideshow rides were closed due to adverse weather. The Ghost House and Dodgem Cars were open but we didn't go on. On the way back through the amusement hall Tristan changed a pound into a cup of two pence and tried his luck on a coin shuffle game. He got 18 back out of 50 but put those back in as well.
The wind was starting to drop as we walked into the ...
... to our hotel, the Cavendish, which was directly across the road from the Eastbourne Bandstand. The east wing was destroyed in a bombing raid in May 1942, but it wasn't repaired until the 1960s - it's interesting how they didn't try to duplicate the previous style but built it in what was a more modern style. Whether this was due to costs or unavailability of materials, or as a monument that the hotel has survived I don't know.
... point which was more or less spot on to my original quote.The final tour schedule was produced and I thought that it captured all the important elements of change,history,politics,culture and nature that would be necessary to produce a viable story. It did however leave me with a schedule that bordered on the hectic and also required me to make an awful lot of flights and bus journeys.I did get my guides and I opted for 3 star hotels predominantly to keep costs down with ...
... cheap stroller. Forcing Ru to tolerate cheap stroller. Forcing Ru to love his travel cot. Spen organising 4 months off work (we got lucky there!). Spen organising and finalising his internship in Thailand. Beginning to implement 'skills' in the kids that would benefit us all on our travels- such as trying all food once before saying you don't like it, STOPPING the moment you hear us call your name (Cambodia is still adrift with land mines), drinking lots of water, ...
... given any prominence. I don't think it was used very often.
After that we set of for Sissington Castle. It is an old manor type house with extensive gardens. The name Sissington "Castle" is a hangover from the time it was used as a prisoner of war camp for French sailors. It became known locally as "Chateau de Sissington" and so adopted the name Castle after the French left. The prisoners almost destroyed the house ...