Premier Inn Eastbourne
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Set off this morning and drove up to the Arundel Castle hoping to have a look at the famous cricket oval in the grounds, but opening time was 10.30am and we didn't want to hang around for that long! So it was off to Littlehampton and our first glimpse of the English Channel, driving through the quaint little seaside towns, all with their piers and …
... as this is when our father was here - well actually he wasn't; he was evacuated in July 1940 with a lot of other children. Originally Eastbourne was one of the places children from London were evacuated to - our Dad's family even hosted one - but this changed later in 1940 when the bombs started falling on Eastbourne.
Eastbourne was the most bombed southern coastal town in England during World War II and, while many people evacuated, many ...
... you so much!"
And it was. They wined and dined us, put us up and gave us a magnificent breakfast in the morning, before giving us a royal send off.
Of course we had stayed in touch, so when Korinna emailed the other day and asked if I would like to have their daughter to stay for a few days, it was an opportunity to pay back their wonderful hospitality.
I would be at home, between trips, and although I was dubious as ...
... inner tubes and Joe's expertise solved the bulging issue.
Joe took us out to the ditchling beacon to keep the legs turning over, only a small 15 mile ride. It was beautiful without the panniers dulling the speed. A rather sketchy descent by me (Finn) nearly resulted in me crashing into the verge at over 20mph... luckily I managed to correct just in time. The adrenaline certainly helped me back up the hill that had just nearly done me in, a good 10% over a ...
... a bit surprised, but instructed us to follow him because he was headed in that direction! Chris realized that he was the same guy who had said Out of the Way big fella! The previous day! Small town! We walked and talked about Las Vegas, our honeymoon, why Brighton, and where to next. In the blink of an eye, we were headed up a sneaky side street toward the library. When we emerged, Starr was visibly shocked to see us come up the short cut and she laughed that we ...