Bay Majestic Eastbourne Hotel
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... street towards my hotel minding my own business just trying to get to bed a car drove through a puddle sending a tidal wave of icey water over me. Now usually this would **** me right off but after being awake for 32 hours and being so close to the hotel I just didn't care! Once I walked through the room 416's door I was straight in the hot shower to warm up then dove straight into bed where I slept like a baby from the remainder of the ...
... a 19 year old German girl would really like to come and stay with an unknown old lady, she seemed keen.
The night before she was due to arrive, the bomb dropped.
"I need to tell you that I am a vegan."
I googled it just to make sure... Yep. Oh great.
Odd, but after that all I could think of was roast lamb... or roast chicken with a bacon overcoat and accompanying chipolatas....
... properties worth 35 million pounds each, housing diplomats from various countries which was pretty interesting. Once in London there wasn't a whole lot that we could do to be honest so we had a Starbucks coffee in the West End and then tried to find a good breakfast place - however we just ended up at trusty old Maccas for a sausage mcmuffin! We killed some time until 10.30am (our train time) by going up "The Shard" - the tallest building in ...
... and pointing out the different rides. We took some time to admire the vast view at the end of the pier. Lots of sailboats were out, silhouetted by the bright blue sky. We noticed a metal structure in the distance popping out of the water that was quite curious and made mental notes to ask Richard and Simon about it.
We skipped along the other side of the pier and decided to go into the recently opened arcade. There were mostly standard games with British ...
... the road is still quite narrow, winding its way through the lovely South Downs.
We’re going to see the famous "Seven Sisters" chalk cliffs and I’ll revisit spectacular Beachy Head, which I often visited with my cousins.
As we arrive at Birling Gap, the weather is still windy but we are free of rain for the ...