White Rock Hotel
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... Land of Green Ginger. After this we wandered around the streets going in and out of stores looking for gifts. In the afternoon we took another hike up on East Hill to say goodbye to our secret spot and also explore a few more different trails. It began to rain and at 4pm we left the Ebenezer House, again reluctantly. I wouldn't have mind living there! We had our last dinner at a little restaurant that faced the sea and soon after headed to the train station to go home. ...
... recent origin (and they are now used as housing). We ended our visit with a cream tea - sultana scone, jam and clotted cream with tea.
Our trip back to the hotel was uneventful although we saw the same traffic jam at the same place where hundreds of cars were barely moving - on a Sunday afternoon. Dinner was once again at the hotel, and an exclusively fish meal this time: Marion had plaice, and David had fish and ...
... length of the pier to tell Sam and Milner.
Walked on the beach (when one is without shoes, shingles are painful!) and waded a bit.
That evening after a leisurely dinner at White's (which Neil had recommended for the seafood and steaks), we sat on the larger bed watching scenes that incorporated the spots we'd just seen--such fun. Not having a tea strainer, we strained our loose leaf tea with one of the spare fully fashioned stockings!
CPCC Chairman escorted us to Hastings Borough council chambers where Her Lordship, the Mayoress formally welcomed us in full ceremonial dress & explained some local history. We were kindly allowed to look thru the various council chambers, including the Mayoress's office, before taking photos with her.
... I don't think she had much to show at the end of the day. And yes, more bras were added to the collection.
Next day we started out for a walk, weather a bit dodgy, though sunny for the moment, guzzling sweets, gabbing on, making our way to the woods to collect some wood for the fire as the logs in our cottage were for decorational use only! We found lots and were soon weighed down by great big branches and tree trunks, we couldn't possibly continue our walk. ...