1 - 2 Robertson Terrace, Hastings, East Sussex, England, TN34 1JE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Last day in Hastings

A travel blog entry by terry-christina


... cream with a Flake, and had a short walk. We couldn't go too far as last night Terry stubbed his toe on one of the many narrow dark steps in this flat, and is now limping :(

We stopped at a fish shop and bought a dressed crab, a buckling (smoked herring), and some smoked salmon. Thence to Judges Bakery for a white high top and home for a gourmet lunch and a sleep.

Tomorrow we drive up to Heathrow, return the rental car and fly to Paris.

Powerful Leaders

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver


... going back at least 400 years. And while they are very valuable to show what the powerful people of the times looked like it was overwhelming. Also the 3rd Lord Sackville was able to acquire much of the Stuart royal furnishings when they went out of power. Again, valuable but dreary as the fabric is almost totally rotted away. Vita Sackville-West wanted desperately to inherit Knole as the only child but by the laws ...

Dover Castle

A travel blog entry by terry-christina


... We didn't get a very good view of the cliffs, except from the distance.)

A series of tunnels was built 15 metres below the cliff top. During the Napoleonic Wars, two thousand troops used them as barracks.

During WW11 the evacuation of Dunkirk was organised from the tunnels, and we did a tour of some of them. I don't like tunnels, especially ones built hundreds of years ago, but I didn't mind ...


A travel blog entry by terry-christina


... my headphones. I heard how the English used the battle axe, while the Normans preferred the double edged sword, while I was on my knees photographing bluebells.

We continued on a little way to the village of Beckley, where some of Pa's family came from in 1837. It is tucked away along a series of back roads, quite isolated. The population is about one thousand now, and in the 1830's, 165 people from this village were ...


A travel blog entry by kalede


... This one had a tunnel and kind of felt like the boat scene from the original Willy Wonka movie. I was half expecting the walls to light up! At the top of the hill were, of course, more fabulous views, a cafe, ruined castle and, quite excitingly...

old smuggler's caves!

After refreshments at the cafe (naturally, that means tea and coffee) we walked over to the entry and left Mark in the sunshine while Del ...

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This hotel, located on 1 - 2 Robertson Terrace, Hastings, is near Camber Beach, Fishermen's Museum, Smugglers Adventure, and Hastings Castle.
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