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... 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.
... 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 ...
... it was all so interesting. 338,226 troops were evacuated by more than 800 boats over nine days in 1940.
Dover is so close to France during both world wars, sometimes the sounds of the big battles could be heard. It was only nine minutes away by plane.
We had a good old explore of the castle, then came hope along the freeway, mixing it with trucks from all over Europe, which had just come off the ferry.
Sun, cloud and a brisk north wind greeted us as we turned the car east toward the highest point on the white cliffs of the south coast, Beachy Head. Infamously known as a jumping off point literally, it was also a common rendezvous point for the bombers heading into Germany during WW2. As the last point that many airman saw before death or capture, Beachy Head has a memorial dedicated to Bomber Command of the RAF. The "Peace Path" that follows the bluff ...
I did a bit of sightseeing and caught up with a few people
while I was in the Eastbourne and Hastings area. I visited the Towner Art
Gallery in Eastbourne and went to Birling Gap. I also got to see Rye and
Dungeness. I was disappointed with Dungeness – I’ve wanted to see it for years,
but found it ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed