Route Planning With most roads in the UK and Ireland included, Travelmanager allows you to calculate the fastest, shortest or cheapest route between...... more
Route Planning With most roads in the UK and Ireland included, Travelmanager allows you to calculate the fastest, shortest or cheapest route between your start and end points. Travelmanager has the ability to either fix or optimise 14 intermediate stop over points in order. Moreover, Travelmanager will calculate your journey taking into account one-way streets and even turning prohibitions! Postcodes Travelmanager incorporates the Ordnance Survey enhanced Royal Mail postcode database. This means that compared to competitive products Travelmanager is able to pinpoint addresses more accurately - typically to within less than 100m. Combined with its full street-level route planning, this makes Travelmanager an extremely powerful and accurate aid for all motorists. Databases Travelmanager includes databases of: airports, railway and underground stations, restaurants, hotels, sports grounds, golf courses, petrol stations and many more! Travelmanager also allows you to create your own database of addresses and to optionally create an overlay of these on your maps. With the added ability to create your own icons representing these locations you can add an interesting level of personalisation to the maps. Key Features Fast and user-friendly interface High quality cartographic maps Detailed print-out of road maps and/or route descriptions Plot a route by postcode, street or name of district Plot journeys with up to 14 stops along the route Optimises routes Locations database of hotels, petrol stations and car parks etc. Allow you to create your own address database and overlay map
Eastbourne 1898: Sussex Sheet 80.10 (Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Sussex) - Pamela Taylor
Detailed map of Eastbourne. Sussex Sheet 80.10. Introduction by Pamela Taylor. This detailed map covers the central area of Eastbourne, with coverage stretching...... more
Detailed map of Eastbourne. Sussex Sheet 80.10. Introduction by Pamela Taylor. This detailed map covers the central area of Eastbourne, with coverage stretching from Grassington Road northward to Bedford Well Road and eastward to Royal Parade; as an inset we include sheet 80.14, extending coverage south to include the Grand Hotel area. Features include railway with terminus, engine shed, Devonshire Park, St Paul's church, Grand Hotel, Town Hall, Holy Trinity church, Hartfield Square, pier, Queen's Hotel, Albion Hotel, Hydropathic Establishment, Cavendish Hotel, All Saints church, St Saviour's church, brewery, All Saints church, etc.
North Berwick 1906: Haddingtonshire Sheet 2.12 (Old O.S. Maps of Haddingtonshire) - Barbara Morris
Haddingtonshire Sheet 2.12 North Berwick 1906 - published 2005; intro by Barbara Morris. This detailed map of North Berwick is double-sided for maximum...... more
Haddingtonshire Sheet 2.12 North Berwick 1906 - published 2005; intro by Barbara Morris. This detailed map of North Berwick is double-sided for maximum coverage. The main map covers the centre and eastern part of the town, with coverage stretching from The Grange and Westgate eastwards to Rhodes Braes, Rhodes and Rugges Knowes. Features include The Lodge, East Links, Heugh, The Glen, St Baldred's Tower, North Berwick Law with Old Telegraph Station, North Berwick Mains, Town Hall, High Street. An inset shows the harbour, Plattcock, St Andrew's church ruins etc. On the reverse we include part of adjacent sheet 2.11 extending coverage eastward to include railway with terminus, North Berwick Abbey, RoyalHotel, Dirleton Avenue area, Williamston etc.
Caffè Impresso from Computerstar 60 x Caffè Impresso Nespresso Compatible Capsules - Great Taste 2013 Winners - Triple Pack
Out of almost 10,000 products entered, Caffè Impresso is celebrating the news that its Milano, Forza Roma and Indiano blends wowed judges in Great Taste 2013 by...... more
Out of almost 10,000 products entered, Caffè Impresso is celebrating the news that its Milano, Forza Roma and Indiano blends wowed judges in Great Taste 2013 by being awarded gold star awards in the worlds largest and most rigorous food awards scheme involving over 400 judges and thousands of hours of blind tasting.Great Taste, organised by the Guild of Fine Food, is the acknowledged benchmark for speciality food and drink. Great Taste is simply about taste, not clever branding or smart packaging. It has been described as the Oscars of the food world and the epicurean equivalent of the Booker prize. 405 judges including 38 specially trained coordinating food writers inputting judges comments over 50 judging days from May through to the last week in July including a week in Ireland, three days at the Royal Garden Hotel in London, specialist test centres for tea, filter coffee, espresso and olive oil with the remainder done at Guild HQ in Dorset. In total more than 12 judges will have tasted and commented on each product. Great Taste 2013 judges included Masterchef judge and restaurant critic Charles Champion, food buyers from Harrods, Fortnum & Mason, Selfridges, Harvey Nichols and Whole Food Markets and Michelin Star chef Russell Brown.We appreciate everyones palate and taste preferences are different. Thank goodness for variety and diversity, and thats why we supply a range of blends, flavours and coffee strengths. The full range of 8 expertly crafted blends are available now on Amazon. We have created product bundles from 50 to 400 capsules, the more you buy, the more you save. If you need any help on finding our Amazon listings or just want some personal advice on any of our coffee, please email us or call our customer support team.
Advantages: large rooms, pleasant decor downstairs, most staff lovely, value for money, food Disadvantages: some rude staff, rooms needing refurbished
...coach trips to Blackpool. At the time of booking, we had no hotel choice as there was only one suitable room available within all of their hotels. My parents stayed at this hotel 2 weeks prior to our visit and thankfully all was well with it. We stayed at this hotel Monday - Friday (27th of Feb - 2nd March). This time of year is considered to be 'out of season'.
The Royal Seabank
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Advantages: great location, cheap, nice rooms, excellent food Disadvantages: no parking, quite dated
...Introduction to the hotel:
The Royal Albion Hotel was built in 1826 and is situated in a fantastic location opposite Brighton pier. It is a three star hotel and has 186 guest rooms offering views of Brighton beach or the town centre.
My experience of the hotel:
I spent one night in the hotel in January of this year and for a three star hotel I was quite impressed. I and my girlfriend booked...
Advantages: Great location, lovely entrance areas Disadvantages: very shabby in bedrooms
.... Our one problem when we first arrived is that there is a hotel with a similar name. We tried to get in (it was locked) and even buzzed for the porter- too late we noticed the sign telling us that this was not the Royal Terrace Hotel.
We found our hotel a bit further down the street, and after parking the car, went in. I have to mention that a down side to this hotel is that it doesn?t have a car...