The Devonshire Park Hotel Eastbourne
Travel Blogs from Eastbourne
... and creepy compared to ours in London. We couldn't open our door, so the girls inside had to open it. The girl from California was really nice and we stayed up talking for awhile. At 1 in the morning, the girl from London knocked on the door saying she was kicked out of the other room and came into ours. She was upset because her bottom bed was taken, and then sat on her bed with her tennis on facing Nicola...which was creepy.
Today we ...
... some great views of the city. It was also our last day with Nichola and Ellison before they headed up to Canada. So here we are back in Blighty and time to catch up with friends and family. It’s hard to put into words what an amazing time we have had but we are very grateful to have had such an amazing experience and a life changing adventure. Thanks to everyone that have made our trip possible. We hope you have enjoyed reading the blogs as much as we have enjoyed living it! The ...
(This day somehow got deleted, so here is the updated version) Slow start, earning our keep at Jan and Brian's by doing some chores. We packed up Corsa and headed to the seaside. Brian had given us some great directions for parking so in no time at all we were in Brighton, parked down on the front, ready to walk to the famous Brighton pier. We did the complete tourist thing, walking through the arcade and all the buskers and carnies, right ...
... lived nearby would bring it out on her way home. After swapping vehicles I headed back into Eastbourne for dinner at a pretty good restaurant called the Hidden Cellar. It was a little off the beaten path, and there was almost nobody else in the restaurant, but the food was great.
All in all, a good day. Tomorrow’s still supposed to have rain, so I may just stay in and do some reading from the top of the ...
... standing. It has a neat little museum and a delicious bakery named Simon the Pieman.
As I said, today started late. Slow and easy. This afternoon we first visited a Fantatic garden center. If you want or need something for the garden you can find it there! Just wonderful!!
After we dropped off the purchases ( no I didn't buy any plants to try to get through immigration) Karen and I headed to Chiddingstone. ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility