Marine Parade Hotel
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... I slipped on our way down the hill and got completely muddy so we started to make our way back to the Ebenezer House. Along the way we walked through the neighborhood and looked inside the little shops. We stumbled upon a church with a cemetary on the land with tombstones so old that the writing was barely there.
We finally made it back and I changed and rested. It was nearly 8pm now and we were hungry for dinner. In search for a nice pub, we ended up at ...
... Australians keep coming in to take photos!
- Hastings with its amazing tall skinny black sheds on the beach. These are known as The Net Shops and were building as weather-proof storage for the fishing gear that was once made from natural materials so as to stop them from rotting in the wet weather. The were originally built on posts to allow the sea to go underneath, but as shingle has ...
Left home at 7.40am and topped up with diesel. Got on the motorway at 7.50 and apart from a brief loo break and a longer stop for lunch we arrived at the Windmills Park campsite at 2pm! Good trip with hardly any traffic and very few lorries. Crossed the Severn Bridge and parted with £6.40 for the privilege! Fantastic structure. ...
Met at Bloomsbury hotel for welcome lunch. Left for Hever Castle. Arrived at Hever castle and were greeted by members of the Red Rosé Chain acting company in Tudor costumes. Checked into our room... Clover beautiful luxurious room ...
... But I do like airports. So many people to watch!
All those folk flying Ryanair queuing for hours to board a plane that has not yet landed!
Our flight may have been an Easy one, but it was still delayed.
According to the Captain once we were off it was delayed due to a strike of the French Air traffic Controllers. At which point I am sure all the Brits on board did a unanimous and contemptuous *eye roll* , but ...