Savoy Court Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSavoy Court Hotel Eastbourne
Good for sleeping and very central.
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... I drove down to the lanes, where we have to try find a SIM card for mum. At the end of the day we came back empty handed, because we decided that it would be better to use Dad's phone. The rest of the day we just mucked around, nothing interesting ...
... 5kg heavier than when we arrived. I just hope I'm not 5kg heavier.
The train to Eastbourne was with Southern Rail, and it took about an hour and a half. Somewhere along the way it started to rain, and I wondered if finally I might get some use out of the extravagant purchase that was my travel coat. I packed for cooler weather and possible rain, neither of which have eventuated. I have way too many cool weather clothes and nowhere near enough warm weather ...
... The old manor house side is a property of the National Trust.
Ightham Mote was also built by a knight in the 14th century. It is a beautiful moated home with acres of grounds. It sits in a valley rather than on a hill. It is said that Oliver Cromwell ordered it burned to the ground but his troops couldn't find it so it was spared. It was owned for hundreds of years by one family who lost both sons, one ...
... About an hour and a half later, the white cliffs of Dover came into view for the third time over the past year. It was grey, raining and only 15 degrees – what a difference and it is no wonder there are so many Brits hiding out in Provence! We checked into our hotel, the Copthorne Effingham, just before 2 pm and began hauling everything out of the van and into the room. This hotel was another Hotwire deal and it was conveniently located, only 15 mins from Gatwick ...
... was immediately countered by the lovely steward, who said the weather was foggy in Gatwick.
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This Spanish trail had been something Nick had been plotting for some time. I would find him looking at Mr Michelins's guide to Northern Spain, looking at flight times, or websites of Spanish hotels. Eventually when I asked, he simply said "We need to be in Salamanca on October 20th."
Gentle prodding ...