Premier Inn Eastbourne
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... and smelly. When we got out the water we were given snacks of cheap crisps but hadn't eaten anything do enjoyed them . We planned to go back to the hostel after the trip, get ready and go out for a nice meal but instead we went back and fell asleep from about 530 and only waking briefly. Day three - today we travelled down to the next place... Paracas. We went out for lunch then we went sand boarding, wine tasting. The sand ...
We've been dabbling with bird watching. I take my binoculars on our walks and if we see something I try to identify it with the old Peterson guide Allen Sr. used back in 1988.
There are a few well known birding spots near us so we dedicated Friday to the birds. We started by going to Rye Harbour Nature Reserve. The day was clear, cool but sunny. When we arrived there was a group of local birders ...
... s favourite part of the trip - getting me to play on one of those machines which has a claw and you have to position it over the soft toy that you want to win. Well Hannah really wanted a Mike Wazowski soft toy (the one-eyed green monster from Monsters Inc) . Unfortunately all I could manage was a Sully, which I am told is nowhere near as cool...but she took it anyway!
Anywho, that was basically our trip to Brighton. On Friday 12 July we took ...
... We headed off at 9.15am, a good time for us, and made our way to Brighton. Emma slept pretty much the whole way which was very good. We had a good drive to our last two-night destination and arrived just on 11.00am. We parked in a large car park and walked a few minutes to the Royal Pavilion where we met Melissa and Martin, who had just arrived off the train.
After we met up, we went into the Pavilion and bought our tickets ...
... they turned our kitchen upside down looking for pots and pans to get everything ready. Tom had been sick most of the day and was recovering at home but not looking that great, bless him. I dressed in heels and party clothes with make-up for the first time in almost 4 weeks and the first guests to arrive, the 3 cooks from the feeding programme, barely recognised me. People came in dribs and drabs between 7pm – 8pm and the atmosphere was a ...