Marine Parade Hotel
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... Ancient Britons who defended this place when it was a pristine stretch of coastline against the Romans.
These little craft are well maintained and attractive and I can see why. If the roads/Eurotunnel were destroyed due to some horrific disaster, they'd be the only escape route to Europe.
A kind of weird Dunkirk-style operation on reverse. Fleeing rather then fetching.
We hope to make our escape tomorrow morning, touch wood - Eurotunnel to Calais.
... should be able to go and have a look.
Our first stop after checking in was the Rainbows Launderette in Seaview Road (the road doesn't actually have a sea view). The man there was lovely and very helpful and I give this place the thumbs up. While our washing was washing, we walked through the town to the Visitor Centre to pick up some brochures. Eastbourne seems to be one of those places where there's the tourist centre (aka the beachfront, with its row of ...
So, it's been a month since we returned. We've managed to have Millie's swimming assessed and, not surprisingly, she is very advanced. Within a week both kids were back to weekly swim lessons. We've made a return to ballet and Millie is taking her Rosette next week. We've been to the dentist and I've taken Rupert to be weighed (he didn't put on much!). We've been to new baby groups, made returns to almost daily play dates. I had drinks ...
... gave to her. She is a lovely dog, at one point I realised we were all just watching Lola as Josh was getting ready to take her for a walk, enjoying her anticipation of what was to come. We all looked a bit silly I think. They also have a ginger cat who our Josh became obsessed with as he continually sought him out for a snuggle. He really liked the cat.
We all (including Lola) walked to John’s and enjoyed a cup of tea together in John’s extraordinary ...
... back to the ship at just after 17:00, in time for departure at 17:45. We liked Lisbon and hope to return to see more of it and have another custard tart. Dinner on board was spent with Josie and Alan, a couple we met on our first cruise. We are now heading north, due to reach the Bay of Biscay on Saturday afternoon, and with a fine weather forecast. During our three weeks away we have had only about 2 minutes of rain and have been blessed with ...