Royal York Brighton
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal York Brighton
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... village and had a brief stop as daylight broke where we removed our torches but not before I had a quick snap taken wearing my "minion" reflective hat. We were actually a little prompt doing this as we had only gone another mile or so and ended up in a deep wood for a short while where we needed torchlight again. That taught us not to be so keen!
After the previous stage this one was tough. It was slightly longer again, about 13km but seemed twice that. Maybe it was ...
Awaking to gum leaves outside the window, we were able to fully appreciate the glory of the Eagle Hotel in daylight. Breakfast was good although, as another guest said to her mother when she's asked for her eggs cooked a certain way 'don't ask for miracles.'
We travelled to Battle, a quaint little village with beautiful shops, most of which I couldn't stand up in. Battle is most famous as the location of the Battle of Hastings. We were able to walk around the battlefield ...
... laughter. We all have oats together with some maple cream that I brought and get dressed before heading into town for the day.
All four of us and the scooter with the broken hooter (or horn) come along and we first arrive at the Same Sky workshop where Rosaria and Dan both work part time helping to facilitate the creation of local festivals "http://www.samesky.co.uk/events/childr ens-parade" They work with schools ...
... the day. Breakfast. Bollocks to your chocolate croissants and glass of freshly squeezed orange juice, and you can keep your bowl of muesli with organic soy milk. There's no point in eating something if you're only going to be hungry again in half an hour.
Full English Breakfast. That'll keep you going for a while. A proper full English should consist of fried egg, fried bacon, ...
... of the aeroplane and luckily there were a few still available although they hadn’t shown up online when we checked in. We were very glad that we’d be getting the extra leg space and not have to bug someone else to go to the washrooms. As an added bonus, we were right behind the three seaters, so I even had a buffer from the food trolleys that usually clip your elbows as they are trundled past. We paid for our single piece of extra luggage and our two bicycles ...