Priory Court Hotel
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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... and it was someone who didn't know anything about it! We decided to leave asap! So got our baggage on our bikes and set off.
Life would be a lot easier if the cycle route signs were more visible! We took a wrong turn soon after setting off. We travelled on a gravel path full of potholes which was rather tricky, up hills and down. We also travelled along a perfect track through the Ouze valley nature park - beautiful. We did that ...
... which we all found very interesting. The Abbey was built on the site of the battle and the alter stone which can still be seen, is placed on the spot where King Harold was killed during the fight. It is hard to believe this battle took the lives of over 7000 men, huge numbers now, let alone back in the 11th century. Inside the Abbey grounds is a boarding school and Kate and Roy were amazed to see that the school took students from 2 years of age, hopefully they ...
... draughtsman in the Royal Engineers Corps, but this wasn't something I knew growing up. I knew he was good at drawing, a skill that bypassed me, but I didn't know the use he had put this skill to.
He left a folio of his drawings, which included some drawings of Pevensey Castle near Eastbourne. So we thought it would be nice to go and see the castle for ourselves. We mentioned this to our ...
... street with stands selling models of buses and cars. There were lots of families and a very festive atmosphere. We stopped for our first tank of gas. $1.38 British Pounds per liter. That translates to $9.20 per gallon! No whining about gas prices in the US.
We've settled into a pretty comfortable routine. We sleep until around 8, have breakfast, drink tea, check on the pheasants and local song birds and plan ...
... a sandcastle exhibition/competition. Not sure where they got the sand from as the beach here is as stony as, just like the other beaches we have come across over here. Brighton has a mix of people, the most diverse range we have seen so far, punks, gays, lesbians, young idiots and some holiday makers. We arrived back to a very hot and stuffy room, almost too hot to sleep ...