Eastbourne Escorts, Sussex Escorts
Research has shown that dark haired women are generally perceived to be more intelligent than blondes. The reasons for this are unknown although it’s assumed that it’s down to one simple fact – that blonde is the most popular colour for women to dye their hair which means that these women are seen as being more focused on their appearance than brunettes.
We’re sure that our blonde escorts are just as intelligent as our brunette escorts however here are some interesting differences between blondes and brunettes.
Natural blondes have more hairs than brunettes with blondes having between 120,000 – 147,000 hairs compared to between 100,000 and 120,000 for brunettes. The reasons for this stem from the ability of the hairs to protect the scalp from the ultra violet rays of the sun. Darker hair is a better natural barrier as it contains more melanin therefore less hair is needed to do the job. It also tends to be thicker than natural blonde hair too.
Brunette women are quicker to get ready than blondes. According to a study carried out by Goody Hair Care, blondes take an average of six minutes longer to get ready than dark haired women. Even so it takes both over an hour!
Men’s preference for female hair colour originates from the colour of his own hair. Research from the early 70s showed that fair haired men were more likely to choose partners with the same hair colour, with the same being true for dark haired men. This doesn’t seem to hold true today, although most men do have a preference for a certain hair colour.
Blonde waitresses get better tips than brunettes. A study carried out by Cornell University showed that blondes earned significantly more from their tips even if they didn’t have a particularly sexy attitude or appearance.
Women feel more alive when they go blonde. We’ve all heard the saying ‘blondes have more fun’ and it’s been shown that freshly dyed blondes tend to go out more, feel younger and have more confidence than they did before they hit the bottle!
However, whether your preference is for blondes, brunettes or redheads, you can be sure that no matter what their hair colour, our Sussex Escorts are some of the most intelligent escorts in Sussex!
Eastbourne is a town, seaside resort and borough in the non-metropolitan county of East Sussex on the south coast of England, 19 miles east of Brighton. Eastbourne is immediately to the east of Beachy Head, the highest chalk sea cliff in Great Britain and part of the larger Eastbourne Downland Estate.
With a seafront consisting largely of Victorian hotels, a pier and a Napoleonic era fort and military museum, Eastbourne was developed at the direction of the Duke of Devonshire from 1859 from four separate hamlets. It has a growing population, a broad economic base and is home to companies in a wide range of industries.
Though Eastbourne is a relatively new town, there is evidence of human occupation in the area from the Stone Age. The town grew as a fashionable tourist resort largely thanks to prominent landowner, William Cavendish, later to become the Duke of Devonshire. Cavendish appointed architect Henry Currey to design a street plan for the town, but not before sending him to Europe to draw inspiration. The resulting mix of architecture is typically Victorian and remains a key feature of Eastbourne.
As a seaside resort Eastbourne derives a large and increasing income from tourism, with revenue from traditional seaside attractions augmented by conferences, public events and cultural sightseeing. The other main industries in Eastbourne include trade and retail, healthcare, education, construction, manufacturing, professional scientific and the technical sector.
Eastbourne’s population is growing; between 2001 and 2011 it increased from 89,800 to 99,412. The 2011 census shows that the average age of residents has decreased as the town has attracted students, families and those commuting to London and Brighton.
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Housed in a grand 19th-century property on the seafront promenade, this sophisticated hotel is a 4-minute walk from Devonshire Park Theatre and a 5-minute walk from Eastbourne Pier.
The modest rooms, some with sea views, include en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, safes, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some upgraded rooms have access to a sea-view balcony, and suites add separate living areas.
Amenities include a contemporary bar and a traditional restaurant offering locally sourced dishes and afternoon teas. A spa offers treatments and has an exercise room, and there are also multiple meeting rooms.
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Charlie Brown’s Diner
A family run classic Americanlocated in Seaside Road, Eastbourne, established well over 35 years, a place where you come with a healthy appetite as the portions are typically American. One of the specialties includes their home made 100% ground beef burgers which are 7oz and are hand made on the premises daily plus they have a selection of homemade sauces to compliment most meals. All their meals are cooked fresh to order so at busy times you might have to wait a little longer but it’s worth the wait!
Nationwide Italian chainis not exactly the last word in cutting-edge culinary cool, but it’s been quick off the mark to introduce some hot new trends. A range of gelati by Kitty Travers (the artisan ice-cream maker talent-spotted by St John’s Fergus Henderson) & a recently introduced menu of ‘cichetti’ (Italian-style ‘tapas’) as seen at far hipper addresses, are reasons to revisit your local branch. The rest of the menu may not wow, cautions a reader, ‘but it’s nothing to spoil your day’. Pastas are reliable, & the pizzas – some of which come as half & half variations or hybrids – help those stuck between king prawn & spicy sausage or regular pizza & calzone. Zizzi aims to please, & its comfortably rustic, flatteringly lit restaurants usually do just that.
Prezzo Italian Restaurant Eastbourne
It has taken Prezzo just over a decade to become a high street fixture. Now with over 150 branches up & down the country, the affordable chain makes a smart choice for a midweek meal, midday pick-me-up or easy-going family get-together. The restaurants usually look pretty special, often housed in buildings of local or architectural significance, & the service is suitably up-tempo. Prezzo has been quick to adjust to changing times, introducing money-saving vouchers & lighter options such as flatbread pizzas & half-size pasta dishes with salad. They’ve also brought in rent-a-celeb Aldo Zilli to do a ‘VIPizza’ range with snappy toppings such as red & yellow cherry tomatoes, Calabrese sausage or tiger prawns. Generous salads, grills & tasty baked pastas are good for those not in a pizza mood.