East Sussex National
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... stalls with things like pretzels, gingerbread, crepes, waffles, beer, meaty goods and trinkets for sale. There were lots of fairy lights around which made it magical. I got a crepe with melted milk chocolate. It was SO delicious! We went on a funhouse which was very fun. I love fun houses! We also got a great view of the wonderland from the funhouse. After wandering around for a little longer we returned ...
... 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 ...
... something I'm sure the others will have it covered. I left home on the Ilkley to Leeds train at 11.10 this morning, with Justine. After a full day walking around London and seeing the sights, that seems a long time ago! We shot around on the underground (far more complex than its northern, 'working class' metro equivalent) and walked for miles in the brilliant sunshine. We saw Buckingham palace, Downing Street, Westminster, the London eye, the ...
Lazy start to the day, early lunch then the journey began. Left home just after midday, heading West, yes West, to Bristol, to pick up 2 fellow riders then retrace the last 40 mins back down the M4 East to London and Crystal Palace.
Arrived safely, bikes and luggage in one piece and 3 apprehensive riders dropped off.
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 ...