The Grand Hotel Eastbourne
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
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Dull and overpriced
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Online check in proved to be only marginally faster than not having checked in. The check-in man mucked around for ages with our boarding passes and passports and we have no idea what the hold up was. All we know (because he told us at least twice) is we'll have to pick up our bags in Melbourne, they won't go all the way through.
Then security. I think I ended up carrying more stuff out of my bag than was left in my ...
Unfortunately we turned up at the wrong bus station this morning- we thought we were setting off from Paddington not Victoria- but luckily we had arrived early, so with a bit of running up escalators and squeezing into packed trains we got to Victoria in time to board and find a seat with a table (oh the luxury!) train travel is so timely here that it is imperative you arrive on time or you will definitely miss the train. The sun shone in Brighton an hour later and met Liz, ...
... sleep and Peter our host made a lovely brekkie for us. John and Dawn and Hayden Collard picked us up at 10am and we went to Alan and Pat collards house for a cuppa. Off then to the Hove beachfront for a walk along the promenade. The weather was lovely and the sea very calm. There a lots of those little Oldy worldly beach huts all along with their brightly painted doors - a couple for sale £14000! We set off for Church street in Hove to ...
... beach we wandered through The Royal Pavilion and Gardens. A magnificent oriental palace stands in the centre of the Gardens, which is the final architectural development of George lV's vision- from seaside farmhouse into to a lavish building for ultimate comfort and convenience. William IV and Queen Victoria have both lived/holiday/visited this palace. There was already a tour in session so we couldn't go inside, but can ...
... with our own individual memories. The van was late but hey, thats nothing unusual and i was happy to arrive at school before morning singing and prayers. I wore sunglasses during the morning greeting session and was glad the kids were singing in Swahili because the lump in my throat had me unable to talk, let alone sing and the tears were struggling to stay behind my eyes, consealed by my sunglasses - all i kept saying to myself ...