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 …
... wasn't on to go east of the pier.
In the model of the hotel we saw at the Heritage Centre, it looked like the back wall was a totally blank brick wall with no windows. Certainly I could see what looked like part of this wall from behind the hotel (I went east). I wondered if there were guest rooms there and, if there were, whether had no view or if they had some more acceptable fake seaside view.
... in the world….the Uyunni Salt Flats and for this reason only many tourists flock here to see this natural phenomenon.It is generally because of this ,that Bolivians are used to seeing tourists on a fairly large scale.Bolivia really wants to do well but it just does not have that natural wealth of the other South American states.
It is now time for me to sign off,the journey is over and maybe another is about to begin? I hope you have enjoyed this ...
... who what I've heard talks a lot and are just full of energy! They're also bringing there dog. On the picture, he looks like a smaller great dane. It's going to be great! Even more brits to talk to! I haven't decided though if I'm gonna be home, or if I should go and see the Seven Sister tomorrow. If I go to the Seven Sisters tomorrow I can tell you more about them :)
Hope you all have a good, swedish time back home!
... we happened upon the "slot" portion. They have a mini casino in the center of the arcade with the weirdest slot machines we’ve ever seen. They were based on every show possible, and cost a pretty penny for each spin. We got five pounds worth of change and tested them out. They were confusing and uneventful. We lost the entire fiver in no time! We were very surprised to see the casino games in such close proximity to the kid’s games though! The rest of the ...