Premier Inn Eastbourne
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... street towards my hotel minding my own business just trying to get to bed a car drove through a puddle sending a tidal wave of icey water over me. Now usually this would **** me right off but after being awake for 32 hours and being so close to the hotel I just didn't care! Once I walked through the room 416's door I was straight in the hot shower to warm up then dove straight into bed where I slept like a baby from the remainder of the ...
... about Stonehenge, everyone really has their own opinion about the purpose. There were human ashes and remains found within Stonehenge so it's said that it was used for burial rituals. We do know that the stones align with the midsummer sunrise and the midwinter sunset. All in all it's just the most amazing sight and structure also to think that they built it without any modern machinery. After about spending 3 hours at Stonehenge we drove to a nearby town called Salisbury. Where ...
... else, too. There were hugs all around and we quickly piled our luggage into Braed’s truck and dashed for Horseshoe Bay to make the 3:30 pm ferry, for which we had a reservation. It was strange not having to look at maps or directional signs to know where we were going. We made it just in time for the ferry and when we finally unloaded our luggage at Rod and Tanya’s place, we sat down on the couch and relaxed for the rest of the evening. We had a ...
... the South Downs, the large national park that covers the area from here to Brighton. The path climbed up from sea level to the top of the cliffs and then along the edge all the way straight to the lighthouse. I misjudged the distance, though – what I thought might take an hour or so in fact took a little over two hours. It wasn’t very difficult (and there were many, many other walkers on the trail, so lots ...
... fortunately it has stopped raining. Brighton Pier juts out magnificently into the English Channel.
A pier is a structure built out into the sea from the coastline on piles or pillars for use as a landing place or promenade. A British seaside resort is not a proper resort unless it has a pier. Brighton Pier was opened on 20th May 1899 and had cost a record ...