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Now I'm officially on my own.
I don't actually have a real timetable or any set destinations, other than arriving in Dover by 9am on Wednesday the 6th of August, for my Motorcycle tour group to Germany. So that leaves me two and a half weeks to explore the UK on bike.
I've selected the bike online, and went for a test ride, everything checks out, so I'm heading away from London.
Today the road lead me ...
... rest had moved on. Even the managers that I had when I was there had left. But the place in general was as fancy and 5* as ever.
As much as I loved working there, I honestly don’t think I could go back to it. I am as far from a 5* human being as you can get. No, really.
I then went to M&M World…just because it smelt nice, and ended up running to a girl I used to work with who was working there. It’s amazing the people you run into when you ...
... the worst storms in the UK since 1953, and here we are tucked up in a nice old hotel in Maidstone.
After 3 months of no work, plenty of hospitality and care. Several kilos heavier, simply not fit, still a bit jet lagged, and haven't been on a bike for a couple of months. At the time of writing (9pm) we are both yawning and feeling quite knackered after a 2 1/2 hour ride.
So it ...
... s history. The modern portraits were the stand out for me, with their range of innovative styles and perspectives. Jonathan Yeo's portraits were especially interesting, not just for their skill but for the story behind the self-taught artist.
So my week in London was over. It was really great to catch up with some old friends for birthday celebrations, and to see some of the famous sights. But I was craving some beer and bretzn, so I headed over to Munich for ...
... although I have become sluggish from not really having a routine and being ill, and the thought of finding the energy to travel again seems a bit daunting, I am welcoming the opportunity to hit the road and explore the unknown as I know I need it on so many levels!
I will be back in London for a few days in between trips over the next two months, but these past five weeks have been my opportunity to ‘live’ London again, and I have relished them ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAylesbury House Maidstone
We thoroughly enjoyed our four night stay in this Bed and Breakfast. I can't say enough about the clean, modern room we had and the wonderful breakfasts we came to look forward to. My wife enjoyed relaxing in the beautiful back garden one sunny afternoon. It's a easy walking distance down the hill and across the bridge to town. A great little pub with wonderful food and good real ales is just two doors away, The White Horse. We would stay there again!
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