Savoy Court Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSavoy Court Hotel Eastbourne
Good for sleeping and very central.
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Two o clock in the morning is not a figment of my imagination but does exist. After four hours sleep the wonderful Sam arrived and we had a wet but event free journey to Heathrow. The flight to Amsterdam was quick and the transfer was straight off one plane onto another having to pass through security again. This causes slight holdup as I have packed an elephantine amount of things in a mouse size bag. All my gadgets and wash bag out but no time to precisely put ...
... side. People are friendly and recognize us. After meeting we went with Chris Reece to Weir Wood Reservoir for more bird watching. There were nesting gray heron and mandarin ducks along with various other species. Chris is a retired college teacher and a wealth of knowledge about places to visit, politics and current events. We had a thoroughly delightful time.
Our total bird count is now up to 53 species.
Our flight was uneventful. 6 hours of potential sleep time reduced to 2 one hour naps, due to efficient service of the planes hospitality staff, meant we were all pooped we we landed. We rallied together, rented our car, and with only one wrong turn successfully navigated 2 of Britain's busiest highways ...
... it has an amazing view! As the hotel is located just across the road from the ocean, it overlooks the Brighton beach. There is also a very large balcony which is really nice.
I let Emma play on the bed which she was excited about until she bumped her head pretty ******* the bed head. Then there were lots of tears and she was upset for quite a while. It was after 3.00pm by then I so fed Emma her afternoon tea as she calmed ...
... 8217;d had and from the funding I’d given Oscar so that he could go to St Patrick’s School when term started back on my birthday, Monday 7th May.
We left the house in a proper mess at 10pm as 12 of us headed over to the cocktail bar Legends where a table had been reserved for my party. The manager Liru who had come to Thika from Nairobi about 2 months ago was a great guy and happy to give me free cocktails if it brought ...