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... Ancient Britons who defended this place when it was a pristine stretch of coastline against the Romans.
These little craft are well maintained and attractive and I can see why. If the roads/Eurotunnel were destroyed due to some horrific disaster, they'd be the only escape route to Europe.
A kind of weird Dunkirk-style operation on reverse. Fleeing rather then fetching.
We hope to make our escape tomorrow morning, touch wood - Eurotunnel to Calais.
... for any situation in life.
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Towards the end of last year I went through a bad phase in my life where I was just constantly unhappy, everyday felt miserable and I would dread going into work. Not because I didn't enjoy it anymore, but because I felt lost/sad/happy/confused about a lot if things.
So I decided it was the right time to finally look into what I've always wanted to do, TRAVEL.
... The abbey was closed as part of the dissolution of the monasteries in 1538. The abbey was used as a stately home following this time. The original Abbott’s house has been converted to a school which is in use today and we saw some of the pupils in the grounds.
We stopped in the shop and bought a couple of books , including a copy of "1066 and all that" which is very funny and which Marion had ...
... could no longer study faint objects in the night sky. The remedy was to move the whole Observatory to the clearer, darker skies of Sussex. The transfer began in 1947, and by 1958 the Royal Greenwich Observatory was fully up and running at Herstmonceux. At its peak, over 200 people worked at The Observatory in Herstmonceux and lived in the local community. The people who actually operated the telescopes at Herstmonceux were called ...
... intact with 3 story ceilings and original 700 year old woodwork. This place has had amazing care through the centuries. Needlepoint from 1713 looks like it was just finished, armour is polished and the medieval dining room is still used for special occasions with the large stone fireplace blazing and the candles on the chandelier lit. The grounds are very French reminding me of Verseille. Everything is ...