Bannatyne Spa Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Hastings
... I slipped on our way down the hill and got completely muddy so we started to make our way back to the Ebenezer House. Along the way we walked through the neighborhood and looked inside the little shops. We stumbled upon a church with a cemetary on the land with tombstones so old that the writing was barely there.
We finally made it back and I changed and rested. It was nearly 8pm now and we were hungry for dinner. In search for a nice pub, we ended up at ...
... of games for the girls. Natasha won a tennis set in the raffle and Tiffany won the cupcake decorating competition for under 10 year olds. They all got lots of prizes and sweets in throwing games and lucky dips so came away with a bag full of goodies and big smiles. There was a lovely quaint old pub (350 years!), were we enjoyed a cold drink in the garden.
Very nice and polite cabbie took us from Hastings Station to Foyles (Yes, that was the name of our B&B, which doubles as a pie and mash shop!). Sharon Yoshida, Proprietor. Her man Neil (very affable and wryly funny) welcomed us in and got us settled in our room--up front looking over the Stade and a children's arcade.
We came down for a bit of pie and mash after meeting Nicola, which was such a lovely moment! She's full of silly old jokes, but her delivery ...
... so I was extremely curious. I picked Brighton because it was the only beach I knew in England (thanks to Pride and Prejudice lol), and when I first set eyes on it, I couldn't quite believe what I was looking at. And then I couldn't stop grinning madly as I pulled the camera out.
What a novelty! Why do people joke about it? Yes it's not covered ...
After lunch I was already bored! Despite the sun, Hastings was pretty bleak compared to Barcelona and I felt a little lost, not knowing what to do with myself in the afternoon until Robbie and Ady got back from work, then we had a lovely 'welcome back' meal and it made me feel loved and a little better about being back.