Best Western York House Hotel
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- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
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... of the seven sisters country park. In the 18th and 19th century this area was a favourite place for smugglers.
We then began our climb up to the first of the seven sisters, a set of 8 high chalk seacliffs similar to the ones in Dover but bigger apparently. What amazing views, each one better than the last. Over several hours we went up and down each sister culminating at Beachy Head where there were 360 degree views. Looking back in the very far distance we could just make ...
... to the door and stood waiting for more. One of the three, a black pony, stood back and was unsure how close to get so I went around the side to give him some apple. I could hear Rich laughing and when I went back round I could see why. One of the other two, a brave greedy Bay had his head inside our door looking at Rich for more food. A missed turn became the highlight of my day, it was magic. When we eventually moved on we called into a small village called 'Lyndhurst'. The small ...
... in the fact that I was not feeling well! light headed, cramps, so I did not fully enter into the day. However I did love going round the house and especially seeing all the Anne and Henry related things. It is always a thrill for me to be in a Tudor place and imagine the life at that period of history. Absolutely loved the wood ...
... afternoon and closeness of time to dinner)...and it would be one to regret. After not having a McDonald's meal in over 2 years, turns out your body won't like this type of fast food and will absolutely refuse to digest it... But in good news, I came home with two tops, another pair of jeans and black flats. Am definitely starting to make significant use of my travel ...
... was set up in the name of Little Hands back in August 2012. My grandchildren have done 2 "cake bakes" raising over £200 and family and friends have given donations or set up direct debits to start building up funds to educate the children with the big Kenyan smiles. Promises have also been received of sponsoring the last hole on a charity golf day for Little Hands and my aunt is giving up one cup of coffee a week, in a coffee shop and donating the £3 ...