The Devonshire Park Hotel Eastbourne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Hastings'. By mid afternoon we arrived at a coastal town called 'Brighton'. I don't recall ever coming here as a kid and both Rich and I think it is lovely. We both had an image of a local coast where I used to go on holiday as a kid, and often go with Family now on day trips, 'Skegness'. We parked on the sea front and went a walk. The beach is just pebble and has no sand but it is so long and wide and the sea was inviting but although a nice day, not warm enough for swimming. It has ...
Even though we'd had about six weeks with me (Steve) off work to try and sort things out it was still a hectic rush prepping for the trip with plans for Australia and sorting visas not making it any simpler. We managed to sell all our furniture, boot sale a load of junk, fill the local charity shops and pack our remaining effects into my Mum's loft. ...
... I got my luggage, I met up with the guide from Brighton who were going to pick us up. His name was Luis, he's from Spain and has been working on EF Brighton for 5 months now as the Activity Leader. He gave me a lot of information about our first day and told me that we had to wait for three persons from Mexico who just landed, but had to go through customs and that can take a while. There was another girl from Sweden with me who were also going to Brighton, so we ...
... It is set on amazing, rolling, extremely green hills! We could very much picture ourselves in Downton Abbey attire roaming the property. Cal had to point out, however, that Horsted Place was not big enough to be Downton, more so one of their little country holiday homes. Feeling a little under dressed and with our noses not reaching the sky as required, we were not 'posh' enough to venture into the restaurant, but it was great to wander the grounds.
That night after Ollie ...
... they turned our kitchen upside down looking for pots and pans to get everything ready. Tom had been sick most of the day and was recovering at home but not looking that great, bless him. I dressed in heels and party clothes with make-up for the first time in almost 4 weeks and the first guests to arrive, the 3 cooks from the feeding programme, barely recognised me. People came in dribs and drabs between 7pm – 8pm and the atmosphere was a ...