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TravelPod Member ReviewsCavendish Hotel Eastbourne
Second time we have stayed here, and it's still a special place to stay. A reminder of yesteryear hotels. Wonderful staff and rooms, a view to die for, superb breakfast and restaurant meals. Simply great.
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... we had to walk along the seafront for another 3.5 km to get to our accommodation...
We were welcomed into Eastbourne by the Eastbourne Brass Band who were playing at the huge multistory bandstand area along the beach.
This is our final blog for this trip. We hope you have enjoyed the pics and comments, but for now it is finished!
Distance for the day was 22 km, with a total ascent and also descent of a respectable 660 meters.
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... our hostel and then off to check out the lanes which is little shops down small lanes and their big shopping complex which we are now converted to H and M and primark! Skyped mum and dad crazy parentals who are also living the dream just in much more style living it up in Budapest! We then re-packed our bags to try and make it easier for tomorrow so that Kasey doesn't break her back ...
... to raise money for me. Their joint efforts with their community of "The Five Doubles" pub in Whitburn between Glasgow and Edinburgh raised £250 for Little Hands and i have attached a photo of my time with them collecting the cheque. The opportunities to have conversations about Little Hands are endless and this year i have reduced the amount of work i do so that i can commit more time to raising awareness and funds for educating the street ...
Being a long weekend with nothing planned we decided to take a day trip out of London. After some deliberation we decided on Brighton. Brighton is a beach town about an hour out of London by train. Today was the worst day (weather wise) we'd had in London since we arrived. So not the best day to head to the beach. We were slightly optimistic about how they day would end. We arrive in Brighton about half an hour before the Down's. We ran from ...
... an energy i haven't felt for a long time. I never ever imagined myself doing anything even remotely like this but at this moment in time i never wanted to anything more.
I wonder how and if this experience will change us and shape us, and i think about how much I will miss my family and friends, and my dogs Miley & Harvey. I ...