Premier Inn Eastbourne
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Kate and I drove down to Brighton to do some exploring. We arrived in the afternoon and wandered around the city to get our bearings. We toured the royal pavilion which has an interesting history and then walked down to the Brighton pier and walked around the arcades and did ...
... the entertainment is about to start as we come across this railway crossing on one of the back roads at about - well, obviously before 21:55 because there was a lone railway guard on duty - see the pictures. Talk about a farce! This one guy out in the middle of nowhere on duty to stop probably about 2 cars every 6 hours from crossing this railway track - ah, the English.
So onwards ...
Left Dublin in the rain and cold at 9am for airport Flight out at 1 pm, arrived Gatwick 2.30 and got train to Brighton - all very easy to manoeuvre and signposted we'll Arrived Katrina's about 4.30 Bus from rail station two pounds to the bingo hall which his just at the top of her road Quiet night at home K Arian had cooked a lovely tea - chicken, potatoes, carrots, roast beetroot and brocooli David had sent over a DVD off the first ripper rugby match so we watched that Bed ten ...
... and settled down into our seats. Were we ever glad that our request to switch into a 2-seater had been successful – we had way more leg-room in front and on the sides. The in-flight entertainment was soon switched on and it was a good thing that it was because the flight was delayed for nearly two hours due to thunderstorms over Gatwick. I watched a French romantic comedy titled “Populaire” that I would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a ...
... to let them know of our safe arrival, before we ventured out into town.
Wondering around the streets of Kawloon is an interesting one! People from all walks of life, from the designer wearing, to the old locals, the mix is diverse to say the least. There seem to be a load of foreigners here as well, as you would expect of an ex colonial land. Anyway we pottered around for a bit, having no idea where we were heading before grabbing something to eat. We decided to go easy ...