We always park in the Rock-a-Nore car park in Hastings, as it is right next to the beach, easy to find, and not the multi-storey which is a particularly difficult one to drive around. Silver waves greeted us.It was freezing cold so we didn't stay long. Just long enough to see one of the younger gulls with a large fish in its mouth, trying to prevent the others from getting any of it. It is a good piece of beach for the gulls as the fishing boats pull up their catch there.
beach sculpture on the Greenwich peninsula.
The old ice skates look good as a collection. We didn't rummage at Robert's as he was closed when we went by.
funicular railway up the cliff. I have not been on this one, only on one in Devon. I think they are a great idea! I liked the plastic tassels on the Tudor looking building.
Interesting doorways with red.
This seemed to be an artist's studio when I peered in past the bones and fossils.here!
|A witch ball. |
It is roughly the size of a football.
A great day!
More Hastings here, and here.