Priory Court Hotel
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... to become less of a problem and the fact that any perceived corruption is met with huge protests is a testament to the democratic process.Politicians are now frequently jailed if caught.The power game still exists but it is based more on doing the right thing by the people than doing the corrupt thing.This has predominantly been driven by the younger generations of South America,the post dictatorship generations,I am talking about the under forties who have embraced ...
Carol and Eileen picked me up early from Ceejay and Ben's to hopefully go to Heaver Castle. Unfortunately it was closed once again so we went to some gardens instead. Spent quite a while there before heading back to Eileen's to collect our stuff and head ...
... a free deck chair and were gazing out over the waves, perhaps enjoying the fact that the sky was blue.
My habit of collecting a rock from the shore of every beach I visit was not a difficult job at Brighton as the entire beach was made of rocks, some of them quite large, and so from these I made my choice. That rock once home, and added to my collection will not fail to bring back happy memories of "the day we went to Brighton".