Priory Court Hotel
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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Down by the seaside is a city of quaint colourful houses, independent coffee shops, cyclists and arty-***** types. Trina and I grab coffees and delicious Venezuelan pulled pork buns and head to the pier where there are multiple boring coin games. Sigh. There is a sand castle exhibit on and we stumble across a Maori a long way from home. Out at the Devils dyke, a short bus from Brighton sits a pub atop a hill. After a few beers we make our way back to ...
... by a fire a couple of months ago, but they managed to save the rest of the pier and it was reopened last weekend, so we were lucky to be able to see it.
Once we'd looked around the pier, we got on the Hop on Hop off bus to finish off our tour of Eastbourne - today we went east of the pier and back into town again.
Then it was time to continue the family history trail.
Our Dad ...
... and gave a terrific view as far as you could see (of course).
We came across A very clever stone artist on the beach making shapes and designs out of piles of pebbles.
There is a little shop in Brighton called the ChockyWockeyDoodah shop, it sells very artistic chocolate fare, even complete cakes in any shape or design you could imagine.
Karen describes it as a real old fashion sweet shop but the artistic chocolate items are very very ...
... later we still have one more to go. At this point we're both pretty tired, although N grabbed about 3 hours of sleep on the last leg, A hasn't been very successful. So far they've been feeding us well, but keen for the last flight to end so we can stretch out on a bed and sleep. They call our flight and we have to queue to take our turn boarding busses which take us out to the plane which seems to be parked miles away from the terminal we are in. ...
... other than laze around and relax.
We did go to Dymchurch on Romney Marsh for a trip along with little side trips back to Hythe.
Glenn managed to get Carol into a spicy Nepalese restaurant one night. She picked the only thing on the menu that said 'note this is hot' but asked for it not to be. Glenn had a lamb shank cooked the Nepalese way, in other words curried, Carol was right when she said that Glenn would pay for it ...