Travel Blogs from Hastings
Driving into Dover we saw the White Cliffs and Dover Castle, so after lunch we went up to the castle on the hill. We looked around the WWII shelters and command post, then walked up to the castle itself. Again we had to climb the stairs to the very top, which I have to say, was worth it. There was a lot of war history here to look at, which was very ...
... gobsmackingly huge structure, its proportions being so great that you just cannot imagine the amount of time, money and lives that have gone into it - although reading "Pillars of the Earth" has given me a small insight. We wandered the cobbled medieval streets of Canterbury and visited some gardens, these were disappointing after yesterday's RHS gardens.
This evening it will be back to the Woolpack Inn for dinner, this time in the dining ...
... 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.
... 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 ...
... we’re back with the Basque language!) has a stunning setting high on a headland above the sea. There’s a very steep path down to a deserted, stony beach. It takes 10 minutes to walk down but an exhausting 40 to climb back up! The site should have made for an idyllic stay, but we were allocated a rather grotty pitch, very cramped and right next to the toilet block! I suppose we could have complained and asked ...
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Grand Parade, Hastings | 1 star hotelfrom $149