Best Western York House Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... the building itself. Just amazing.
After filling our cultural cup we took a stroll out on the Brighton Pier...which is kitsch and crazy rides in all of their glory. I can imagine it heaving with people in summer...it would actually probably worry me, all that extra weight on the old creaking boards!!! It was quite amazing to be out so far into the ocean on the pier!!! We could see the chalk cliffs off in the distance and had beautiful views to left and right.
... 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.
... socialism? What do the people feel now? and where do they think they are going? and what should we all think about it?
With all of these factors in mind,I began my research which took about five months of trawling through countless websites and images until finally I had penciled down everywhere that I thought matched the criteria I was looking for.The list ran into well over a hundred places.I put this to my agent and she came up with an initial quote ...
We left the beautiful city of love, Paris via a really fast cool train that goes under the ocean it only took 1.5 hours. Then another train to Brighton where we were met by Natalie. We spent the next week relaxing, bush walking, playing with Dylan the dog, spending time with Matt and Natalie . We went to Bath by car and tried to stay off any ...
... scattered around because of lack of rubbish bins - a polluted, but safe environment!
On arrival at Brighton the first thing I noticed as we left the railway station was the raucous squealing of seagulls competing with the sounds of the double decker buses and other vehicles, which signalled that we were at the English seaside. The other hint was the 40 knot gale whipping up the street from the beachfront, causing us to lean into the wind to make any progress at all ...