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... cyclists cycle in the middle of the road! After cycling up South Cliff we dropped back down to the promenade where we could cycle along the seafront to Bexhill past the De la Warr Pavilion, the famous Art Deco building used in many films.
From there we just continued battling against the wind down past Glyne Gap and up over Galley Hill, past St Leonards until we reached ...
From Hastings we went in search of a camping ground in which
to spend the night. This took us a lot longer than we thought it would since
the English signage is virtually nonexistent. Eventually we found a camp close
to the town of Battle which was situated in quite dense forest and settled in
for the night. The forest was full of the sound of various birds including a
lot of Owls that hooted the night away.
... should have stayed there. The castle was really a ruin and the remaining walls formed part of the house when it was built. It is set in a moat and is surrounded by lovely gardens.
The weather was kind to us and we had a walk around both houses and the gardens. Jean is still full of a cold so we didn't hang around and went back home.
Day started out cloudy after night of rain but it cleared as the ...
hi we are getting ready for our trip to USA...
we start in
Denver and are going to stay in the rockies..we are looking at the
weather and it is going to be cold ,,,brrr ..we may even see snow and
some of the roads may be closed..haha what fun...
anyway hope you follow our blog again..
... ready to set off at 6am tomorrow. Joined by Isobel's brother Stan in time to go through the bridge, then John's sister Eileen, husband Simon came to the marina for a drink, so they could wish us bon voyage. Later Helen and Richard Blackmore joined us for a meal and then settled on board, ready for the trip ...