I’m gonna take us back to the summer for this one, at the end of summer my partners' parents came to stay with us and we tried to organise a load of fun things to do with them, one of them was our trip to Kew Gardens that I wrote about in an earlier post. During our mini-holiday, we also went to the seaside town of Hastings! So most of us probably know Hastings for its famous 1066 battle and for William the Conqueror, but the town also has a castle, an abbey (on the grounds where the battle took place), a shipwreck museum, a fisherman's museum, a grand pier, museum of modern art and a funicular railway! We decided to explore some much more recent attractions this time and stayed on the pier and shingle beach.
And also just a potentially boring (but helpful for some) note, we parked in a car park up a huge hill 2 mins walk from the seafront, the car park was small but it used that RingGo app where you just put in your reg and choose how long you want to stay so I think it cost less than £5 for us to park there for 3-4 hours, which is really good! The app also lets you add time on and pay a bit extra if your ticket starts to run out and you don't want to go home yet!