Cumberland Hotel Eastbourne
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... sitting in pavement cafes and families out for a morning stroll made for a pleasant start until we left the Thames to head towards the first rest stop and had to pass a huge sewerage works…smelly wasn’t the word for it! It may have been Katie’s nerves of course but she blamed the location! Recovering from the assault on the nasal passages we thankfully soon found ourselves at the Green Lane rest stop.
Scanned as we entered to log our check ...
... right on cue as we were leaving.
Good old English weather. It took you 2 weeks, but you finally arrived.
We expected the journey to take a bit under 2 hours, but with road closures (and the 'restructuring' of the train services over the weekend) there was a lot of traffic on the road, and we arrived at Heathrow at about 2.40 pm. It was a long trip, but our driver was lovely and gave us a great commentary on ...
... George's regal castle and many other landmarks while we rotated and looked around. It was a lovely view. Hopping off we got some hot chocolate and people watched before walking along Royal Pavilion which boasted some gorgeous Indian architecture, standing out amongst the British townhouses. We listened to a couple of fantastic buskers in the park- a woman who sounded like Annie Lennox and a man very skilled at acoustic guitar- before we walked up the hills again and toward ...
Here we are! Our first stop in Britain - 6 nights in Brighton! We had a good but long flight landing on time. Managed to get the 1555 coach to Brighton which took nearly 3 hours in the peak hour traffic! Takes 45 minutes just to go around the stops at Heathrow airport - it is huge! Found our B & B in Hove - lovely old home run by a very friendly couple. We were so tired and they made us a pot of tea and a hot cross bun and we crashed! Had a ...
... through the main streets to get to 'The Lanes' we noted that the streets were full of rubbish. It made for a really unpleasant walk and with so much of the quirkiness of Brighton being in the discovery of 'The Lanes' for music, fashion, jewellery and knick knacks, we decided to come back another time. We later found out the excessive rubbish was a result of council cleanup employees being on-strike. As we headed out in search ...