Premier Inn Eastbourne
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Eastbourne
... It was very modern on the inside and welcoming. Katrin and I put our bags down and got ready for hiking! The website that led me to Hastings had shown a little path that we could go through so we attempted to find it. What we found beat my expectations by a thousand!!
Up a twisting flight of stairs, we found ourselves on top of a lushious green hill with an unbeatable view of the town. Hastings is divided like this: New Town, West Hill (which is just one ...
... the car, huffing; I was sitting in the passenger seat under an umbrella praying for a Jag specialist to rescue us.
As you do.
After a short while, a woman drew up and asked if she could help.
I knew from his general demeanour that Nick's response was not going to be encouraging, so I engaged her in conversation.
"My husband has a yag-you-ar," she said as she phoned home.
"I will pull you there!"
Nick was ...
... 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 ...
... an absolute sweatbox, mid 20s once again and I've managed to go swimming in the sea- without loosing limbs to frostbite or soreness in my 'not so guns' as per so its alright.
It's finally feeling like this is happening, the multitude of farewells to friends and family is setting in that my SA travels are merely days away. BS (That's barbara senior, or more formally known as my mum) left for Serbia today, ...
... really happy he was excited to be up and out. I offered him the rest of my pho, but he declined. Starr ordered dessert while fielding questions from an exuberant Chris.
We exited and followed while Starr led the way to The Lanes. It's an area of Brighton that's a maze of shops lined with ancient stone walls. We were amazed to see the apparent transformations of the structure. Starr pointed out that certain areas were formerly doors ...