Travelodge Hastings

Address: Bohemia Road, Hastings, East Sussex, England, TN34 1ET, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bohemia Road, Hastings, is near Camber Beach, Fishermen's Museum, Smugglers Adventure, and Hastings Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Hastings

    Now this is England

    A travel blog entry by jessica.schiesl on Oct 12, 2014

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... restaurant. The food was equivilant to the Olive Garden but a good time none the less. At this point in the night, we were exhausted. Katrin kept saying how she wished we had a step tracker to see how many steps we took today. We went back to our hostel and slept in the most comfiest bed I had ever been on (yeah Aunt keb, it was even better than the one at home!).

    The next day we were up and ready by 9:30 and went for a nice English breakfast at a place ...

    A medieval day

    A travel blog entry by fitchett on Oct 05, 2014

    12 photos

    ... VIII and Catherine of Aragon. There was also a giant dog kennel suggested as being the only listed dog kennel in the United Kingdom which dates from the 19th century and was designed for the family’s particularly large dog - St Bernard? There was a real emphasis on the half-timbered look, which is regarded as such a characteristic of Tudor construction, as can be seen in the stables, even though they were of ...

    Foylesville, Here We Come!

    A travel blog entry by cnb on Jul 10, 2013

    4 photos

    ... hilarious. Quieter, less "rowdy" (I guess) than I thought she'd be... mischievous, but quieter than Lily. She'd had apple pie at a cafe up the street, so she joined us only for a drink. Then we scurried down to the fishermen's drying sheds to think about Sam and bin lid exploits, and of a handsome man with curls walking purposefully through the smoothly crunchy shingles. We also walked on one of the two groynes that we are sure were used in shots of Foyle ...

    A depressing last day of packing

    A travel blog entry by adelinedessinet on Aug 04, 2011

    1 comment

    Last day! The weather is absolutely awful but it's not actually that comforting cos where I'm going it's probably not gonna be much better, Spent the day trying to pack, starting, stopping, getting frustrated. Leaving for Rye this evening to see friends at the Standard Inn then getting train straight to Ashford in the morning.
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    A tale of four sisters

    A travel blog entry by katherine-anne on May 24, 2011

    1 comment

    ... ear missing. Absolutely adorable. I found a chain that may or may not be gold. Just pretending is pennies well spent but Femke, the most down-to-earth one of the lot gave it one look and said: 'It doesn't look like gold to me.' Patsy got an antique plunger, without the plunging part, so basically an old stick, but she assured us it would sit nicely in her bathroom to hold at least three toilet paper rolls. So I guess she did well. Femke? Well, like I said, the most sensible ...