Travelodge Hickstead Hotel

Address: Jobs Lane off A23 Southbound, Hickstead, West Sussex, England, RH17 5NZ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Jobs Lane off A23 Southbound, Hickstead, is near Ditchling Beacon, Borde Hill Garden, The Treatment Rooms, and Washbrooks Family Farm.
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    Travel Blogs from Hickstead

    Cheers from London

    A travel blog entry by tkhoward on May 01, 2015

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    ... was packed full of people. We really enjoyed riding on the boat to the other side getting to view more places along the way. After getting off the river cruise we headed to Buckingham Palace, can we say gorgeous! And it's where the Queen is staying :) so we didn't get to go in. We then wanted to head by the Hard Rock in London of course, to pick up a shirt and maybe eat. But after we found it was a 2 hour wait we left. Onto Piccadilly Circus at 7pm via ...

    Tips To Look for a good Security Guards London.

    A travel blog entry by cctvman75 on Mar 03, 2015

    ... find and end up not satisfied with the kind of work they are getting completed. The very first tip is to find out what the security guards London past seems like. While most of the time people automatically think that given that someone is looking for a security guard position they have no criminal previously, this could be a mistake. Since people do not want to employ the service of a security guard whoever has a checkered past, they should take a look at the different criminal ...

    So it begins...

    A travel blog entry by travellerbenj on Jan 05, 2015

    6 comments

    ... city seems to have a voice". The city is a very simple grid system. It has long houses so these small cosy doorways lead into large labyrinths, the doorways seem to call you to discover, it's great. Our hostel has a beautiful receptionist called Gina, It's very open plan, swings are everywhere instead of chairs. Our 27 man dorm is like a refugee camp but it's endearing, First night pretty early, we just roam the city and soak it in. When I wrote ...

    Hampton Court Bridge to Staines

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Oct 25, 2014

    19 photos

    ... were 'truculent, destructive, untidy, abusive and foul'. It obviously fell on deaf ears as the swans are still abundant, ripping up the grass, pooping everywhere and generally doing just what they please :-) We return to the path and make our way to Penton Lock passing the Queen Mary Reservoir to arrive at Penton Hook. This is another huge pear shaped kink in the river which, thanks to the lock, we have no need to circumnavigate. The twenty metre walk across the ...

    Assisting tourists, bicycles & underground bars

    A travel blog entry by euro_creep on Sep 17, 2014

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    ... off looking for it on foot. After a short walk I was accosted by some tourists (Arabic maybe) who must have rolled the dice on me knowing my **** because I was a whitey. Having prepared myself to apologise and explain I too was a tourist I was amazed when they asked for directions to the only thing I could navigate to: the tube station I had just come from. So it was with great pride that I gave them fabulous directions and continued on with my search for the entrance to ...