East Sussex National
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... park where the winter wonderland is. We met Jess and Jodie and went ice skating. The weather held off luckily so we were able to go. It took a little while to get the hang of skating and was really fun. It was funny watching people struggle and fall over. I got a piece of pizza for dinner and tried some of Melissa's fish and chips. It was really yum. The wonderland was filled with rides and ...
... of nine siblings, all of whom came for the funeral, along with many of the extended family and friends. One of his brothers runs a large farm, and the house backs onto the church yard, so that became a meeting place for the next couple of days. After a short service, everyone walked around to the church graveyard where Arthur was buried alongside his parents. Finished the evening off with another pub dinner, this time at The Halfway House in Hartfield, where Arthur and ...
... the globe, st Paul's and finally the infamous Tower of London; all before a fruitless trip to selfridges on Oxford street and a hasty trip to tesco's to get some much needed pizzas! So in the morning, we shall be up extremely early for our 10am flight to Barbados from Gatwick. (Writing that down makes it sound even better). Then, the day after, we'll be flying out on propeller planes to st Vincent, an island renowned for its active volcano ...
All the best laid plans, an' all that.
Packed, checked out leaving our bags behind the reception desk, coffeed right up and headed out in the bright sunshine towards the art gallery.
We had decided, after due consideration, that we would by-pass the Prado, reject La Reina Sofia and Picasso's famous Guernica and instead, choose the Thyssen-Bornemisza museum which was showing a Gauguin exhibition entitiled, 'Gauguin and ...
... good staff any more!
On the High street, just below the entrance to Crystal Palace, we passed the Bridge House pub. A somewhat ominous sign taped to the front door said, “No football shirts or team colours.” We visualized bloody brawls between contending teams, gave it a miss, and entered Crystal Palace park just as it started to rain. People began taking cover just outside the public loos—see the scenic photo of the ...