I love walking in Eastbourne
I love walking and I love visiting and walking in Eastbourne, I was lucky to find my self on a course for Unite for a whole week staying in a hotel on the seafront. Was I going to get in some walks while attending a course? it was winter so the days were short, but I love walking in Eeastbourne, I love walking by the sea.
It is special place to me, as it’s a a starting point to a very long hike over to Seaford, a walk I have led several times. Beachy Head is an incredibly cliff head, walking on over the cliffs, it’s a whole day of open space.
Fantastic views,changing skylines
I know I was here on business, but it was great to open the curtains and French windows to look out at the sea.This is the sort of place I could like to see myself living in, I think to myself, a room with a view , open space and the sea air.
I jogged the mile to the start of Beachy Head every morning before breakfast then another walk into town before lunch. I also managed to get a little climb up to Cliffs Edge which overlooks the sea heading towards Beachy Head.
I came across this which is situated walking from Eastbourne View towards Pevensy Bay.
I found a place on the sea front that did Pilates and Yoga, so I joined in with an easy yoga/mediation class, before the UNITE final night disco.!
Lastly I would just like to recommend a cafe in Eastbourne Terminus place. The hotel was very good but on arrival there was no lunch, so I found this place and had to go back a couple of more times for their delicious soup.
The hotel was fabulous but even so the food could be a bit too rich and not the best if you want to eat a vegetarian/vegan diet, which I do.
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