Grand Hotel

Address: Grand Parade, Hastings, East Sussex, England, TN38 0DD, United Kingdom | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Grand Parade, Hastings, is near Camber Beach, Fishermen's Museum, Smugglers Adventure, and Shipwreck Heritage Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Hastings

    Weekly Wrap Up mark 3

    A travel blog entry by aus_ambo_abroad on Feb 27, 2015

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... Bridge, which still feels just a little bit cool. Next week we will be doing blue light driving. I still can't really believe it, but over here they just make a call to Comms and let them know we're going to ping around the city and we just drive around on 'blues and twos' wherever we want.

    I have already had a taste of blue light driving though. On our way home today we were waved down by a crowd around a red car. One car had rear ...


    A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Apr 08, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... br> We arrived in Hastings about 4pm. Parking is a problem, and we are on the street, hoping it is free overnight. Terry will have to feed the meter before 9am tomorrow. Hastings and most of these seaside places developed when the railways came in the mid 1800's, so all the houses were built at the same time, with no idea space would be needed for cars in the future. Terraces and terraces of 3 storey boarding ...

    Hastings - a seaside adventure

    A travel blog entry by gtlr on Jun 02, 2013

    ... and to think that this is where my family is from, I'm only second generation on my Dad's side in NZ and this area of England is where our family was from so this is all part of our history and of course it's so much further ago than any of NZ history that we know. These abbey's are amazing as most of them are ruins now as they were partially destroyed by Henry VIII in the 16th century as he took them back and sold them to his mates.


    And this one's for Logan, and my niece Dianne.

    A travel blog entry by inge.thornton on Nov 03, 2012

    ... to our family.
    On 13th November I returned to Birmingham briefly for the funeral of my lovely friend and colleague Janet Brisland. While funerals are never nice occasions, this was a very fitting send off to a wonderful woman, and it was good to touch base with friends and colleagues, even though it was in such terrible circumstances.
    On ...

    Yes, my arse is sore!

    A travel blog entry by seoulbrother on Apr 05, 2011

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... To all the people who couldn't be there (Troy, Will, Retch, Fletch, Robin, Stallone, Kris, Holly, Fi, JJ, Nellie, Ella and Roland to name but a few), you were sorely missed.

    Enough of the self-indulgent love-fest though. I'm off to sunny Folkestone tomorrow, and then France, where I'll have to learn to cope with all that glorious sunshine over the next few weeks (somehow)!

    Peace homies, and po a lil liquor ...