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wypad do Hastings

wiem, ze troche short notice, ale moze ktos bedzie sie mial ochote wybrac - probuje tez zebrac ludzi z innego, miedzynarodowego meet upu.

szczegoly ponizej:

Hastings can claim fame through its connection with the Norman conquest of England; and also because it became one of the medieval Cinque Ports.


Hastings Old Town
Hastings Old Town is an area in Hastings roughly corresponding to the extent of the town prior to the nineteenth century. It lies mainly within the eastern-most valley of the current town. The shingle beach known as The Stade (the old Saxon term meaning "landing place") is home to the biggest fleet in the UK.

The Old Town Hastings offers a unique visitor experience. Independent fashion boutiques jostle for your attention with fine art galleries, antique dealers and bookshops many offering unique products you simply won't find anywhere else! The place exudes a heady bohemian atmosphere and it is hard not to fall in love with the place and the people.

The Cliff Railway:
This experience offers remarkable views, stretching round to Beachy Head in the west and out across the Channel, the busiest sea lane on the world. It was on this hilltop that Hastings resident John Logie Baird, the inventor of television, made his first radar experiments.


Meeting at London Bridge (patforms 8+ entrance next to Shard on the upper level) at 9:30. train journey is 1.5h, ticket price will be anything between £15 and £29 return depending on how many people show up on the day. I will collect cash on the day from everyone who arrives by 9:40 and get the tickets then.

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