Priory Court Hotel
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... visited a few more places for snacks during the day...Infinity for vegan lasagne and salads; Filfil for felafel plate (really delicious); and a pie/pasty place which had vegan options (and all pastires were 1/2 price after 5:30pm!! ). Eddie said his favourite food so far was the wholemeal pasty. It is really nice to have something 'traditional' like that.
As we walked home this evening it was cold and windy with a little sleet. We had such a great day by the sea :)
... 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 ...
... particular pub already impressed us in London, being a franchise they are found all over England and Wales (and I hope Ireland and Scotland!), and they have some of the most delicious foods! We had the most delectable Irish stew served with warm soda bread and thyme cobblers (like little dumpling things) as well as heaps of tea in my case. It was delicious, and of course we lingered yet again. We then decided it was prudent to head back to the hostel to book a beach tour ...
... compost toilets I've come across before. They weren't outside - there was one in my cabin and one in the farmhouse - and they had an electrically operated fan. This seemed, to me, to rather defeat the object of trying to be green, but who am I to say? I was convinced that it would stink by the end of my fortnight, but actually it didn't. So glad I didn't have to empty it, though!
The work was sometimes quite physically hard at Ritoweg. As I've said, it was very cold ...
... 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 ...