Seaview Hastings

Hastings, East Sussex, England, TN34 3EA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Hastings, is near Camber Beach, Fishermen's Museum, Smugglers Adventure, and Hastings Castle.
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Mini Golf + Captain America

A travel blog entry by lea.lenk on Aug 08, 2014

The first week in England ends...
In Activity we were going to Mini Golf, it was very funny, because it was Pirates Mini Golf ;) But I must say: German Mini Golf is better, itīs more interesting and difficult...
At the lessons we were watching "Captain America", now we have to write a review of 300 words for the movie....

Beachy Day

A travel blog entry by lea.lenk on Aug 07, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... are very easy and nice.

In the evening we were going to the beach. We just sitting at the stones and talk. Up to today we are not allowed to talk with the others german, we must talk english....ok, we try!....but Iīm not sure, that we can do all time.... letīs see!!!

Iīll try to write you tomorrow!!! Lovely from England, Lea

A drive to the seaside

A travel blog entry by ktthomas on Mar 27, 2014

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... the seafront and people watched. Some of the people sightings left us wondering if we had missed hallowe'en, but the put it down to no idea!
Our crispy fish n chips eaten, we headed to the seaside walk and did an amble back to the car park.
The weather cooperated and allowed us to have a splendid day out and about.
A huge thank you goes out to Terry who did all the driving.

A quick visit to Hastings, Brede and Battle

A travel blog entry by terryboo on May 26, 2012

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... We had to wait almost an hour for a local bus downtown, and took a slow and winding trip through the town and countryside, eventually getting off at the small village of Brede. We hopped off the bus right at the church where we hoped to find the cemetery and the Ric******* gravestones. We entered the churchyard from the road, through the gate at the side of the church. Walking to the front of the church, we saw that ...


A travel blog entry by scootergal on May 20, 2012


Blighty is a term used by the soldiers during WWI when they had leave to go to England. This was often to recover from serious injury or shock or just to have a break from the anguish of the conflict.

So I am off to Blighty to pick up Henry III and begin part two of my therapy.

What I have learned:

  • Read the road rules before driving in Europe
  • Don't ...

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