East Sussex National
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the popular grocery store 'See Woo'. We bought groceries for the night's dinner and toasted our 5 year anniversary of being together by doing a load of laundry - hurray!
Lastly we visited the GREATEST place on EARTH!! The Natural History Musuem (best of all was absolutely free) but contained walls lined with marine animals, dinosaur fossils and taxidermy animals. If you can stand the masses of children it was an ...
... the food looked amazing so it was hard to chose what to get. We kept walking through, the market just seemed to go on and on. I got a mulled wine from a stall which was so warm and delicious. We found a section of the market which used to be stables so was horse themed and there were big metal horse statues everywhere. It was a bit creepy actually haha especially the massive horse head near the ...
... 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 ...
Most of this great group of people I have come to know over the past 7 months or more, taking part in the adventure to Paris in aid of many charities across the UK, have just had a pleasant Italian meal, a gentle stroll and now all tucked up for an early night. Alarm set for 0455 and 0500, breakfast at 0530, registration from 0600 and heading South by 0700. Please let the weather men be wrong, winds of up to 30mph forecast, boo hoo! More tomorrow ...
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 ...