White Rock Hotel
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... It was very modern on the inside and welcoming. Katrin and I put our bags down and got ready for hiking! The website that led me to Hastings had shown a little path that we could go through so we attempted to find it. What we found beat my expectations by a thousand!!
Up a twisting flight of stairs, we found ourselves on top of a lushious green hill with an unbeatable view of the town. Hastings is divided like this: New Town, West Hill (which is just one ...
... t think anyone will really read them and will skip to the bottom. Oh I should add that we are not allowed out of the compound (garden) after 11 due to a group of unruly youths hanging around on the corner of the road. I think they like me though as they have affectionately nicknamed me 'Mait' (soooo original).
Anyway I'm off to bed now, hope everyone is well. See you in 10 days... if I don't get washed out to sea in the floods first.
... centuries who are resting in peace there.
Canterbury itself is a lovely town. The main shopping street was obviously once the main road through the town from London to Dover (the A2) which has been closed to traffic. It is long (about 1KM) and narrow with hundreds of large and small shops, and it has a lot of narrower shopping streets leading off it.
We used the park ...
... a quick pint in a seaside pub before walking back to our Guest House. We finished up the evening by getting ready to travel to Salisbury the next day.
The next morning we walked down to the McDonald's restaurant for a fast breakfast before checking out and dragging our luggage up the hill to the train station. We caught the train to Salisbury via Brighton, and Clapham Station, leaving Hastings about 9:15am.
... your bike onto the train and stand beside it for the entire 30 minute trip. Its just not worth walking up to the lounge to sit down because as soon as you are there its time to get back to the bike for off loading.
We decided to spend the night in Folkestone which is only about 5 miles from the chunnel terminal as we thought we needed to do some laundry and catch up on our emails and banking etc. Kerrie booked on line the ...