Eastbourne Riviera Hotel
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... the hotel was located about 500 metres away from the Concert, by the time the concert started I was well and truly exhausted but there is nothing better than pushing yourself to the limits and I definitely did that... come the end of the concert at 2300 I couldn't have been more excited about getting to bed the 500 metre walk home was a breeze I didn't even care that it was raining and a thunder storm had started! Walking ...
... you so much!"
And it was. They wined and dined us, put us up and gave us a magnificent breakfast in the morning, before giving us a royal send off.
Of course we had stayed in touch, so when Korinna emailed the other day and asked if I would like to have their daughter to stay for a few days, it was an opportunity to pay back their wonderful hospitality.
I would be at home, between trips, and although I was dubious as ...
- Going up "The Shard" while waiting for our train to Brighton
- Seeing Alice & Sarah Wiseman
- The Brighton Aquarium
- Aladin's Cave
So on Wednesday 10 July we left from Catherine's house in Letchworth at 5am to get into London by 6am (because that is when she starts work)!! We got to drive through central London with little to no traffic at all which was a real treat. We went past some ...
... as we fought with the door and jostled one another in the entry. We emerged from the guesthouse bellowing with laughter and walked hand in hand toward the giant wheel in front of us. I guess we will never be inconspicuous!
The weather was crisp and sunny! Just gorgeous! We walked along the Brighton Pier and experimented with the camera’s self-timing feature. Just about all the attractions were still closed but we had loads of fun reading all the ...
Bands of heavy rain sweep the town momentarily as we leave by way of the coastal road. This is familiar territory for me as my family would drive this route in the early 50s from our home in Droxford to visit my mum's sister, aunt Iris, who lived in Eastbourne with my two cousins Tony and Jeff. Although there has been much construction ...