The Devonshire Park Hotel Eastbourne

Address: 27-29 Carlisle Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex, England, BN21 4JR, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 27-29 Carlisle Road, Eastbourne, is near Beachy Head, Seven Sisters Country Park, Museum of Shops, and Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway Adventure Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Eastbourne

    Blustery Brighton

    A travel blog entry by tonezf on Oct 16, 2014

    5 photos

    Down by the seaside is a city of quaint colourful houses, independent coffee shops, cyclists and arty-***** types. Trina and I grab coffees and delicious Venezuelan pulled pork buns and head to the pier where there are multiple boring coin games. Sigh. There is a sand castle exhibit on and we stumble across a Maori a long way from home. Out at the Devils dyke, a short bus from Brighton sits a pub atop a hill. After a few beers we make our way back to ...

    Heading home

    A travel blog entry by sleepydwarf on Oct 04, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... for over 20 minutes.

    The next leg was the 6880 km to Brunei, which took about 8 hours, arriving at about 5.30 pm on Sunday evening (8.30 pm home time). You already know my thoughts on this airport. It's still being refurbished. I'll say no more.

    And now it's time to get on the plane for the last international leg of our trip, to Melbourne. We'll be arriving shortly before 6 am on Monday. Then we'll nearly be home!
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    What To Make Of It All?

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jul 22, 2014

    1 comment, 65 photos

    ... so not to visit the colonial towns would be missing out on an important reason why South America has developed the way it has over the centuries.
    One more thing,the indigenous peoples,although not a lot of them left on the continent but I felt it important that I touch base with the first settlers.They have not unfortunately influenced the modern continent that much and since the Conquistadors arrived from 1490,they have basically been sidelined but what is apparent is ...

    Sunny, windy, foggy and rainy Brighton

    A travel blog entry by beco70 on Apr 29, 2014

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... and Ardingly. The roadkill is also very different to Australia...as here we see Badgers and Pheasants on the roadsides instead. The seagulls in Brighton are also huge. Almost albatross sized. As they land on the balcony of our apartment, we can see how huge they are. One of them tried to get a chip from the road yesterday and got hit by a car in mid flight. It was a bit wobbly after that!

    We are now on the final leg of the trip with 8 nights in Greece....


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    Red Nose Days

    A travel blog entry by jayton on May 04, 2013

    3 comments

    ... home, went shopping, sat in the sun and had a drink.

    You could get to like this place when it is warm and sunny. East Sussex and Kent are very different to any other scenery we have seen so far and with the advent of warm weather it is blossoming all over the place. It is supposed to be warm again tomorrow but cooling down in the afternoon and for a couple of days.

    There will be some pics following shortly.


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