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Thursday 26 August - but we didn't have Portuguese because it was closed. We ended up in a 'Cuban' cafe. Apart from the waitress and maybe the drinks, there wasn't much Cuban about it. Was pretty funny, we'd order something and the waitress would come back and tell us they'd run out of it. Went on and on, and on.
Got up, packed then headed …
... an exhibition on the Canterbury Tales written by Geoffry Chaucer, who live here. It was a less realistic attraction than some we had been to, but provided us with a few laughs and brought the Canterbury Tales that we had studied at school, in the distant past.
went to the Roman museum, that has a section of pavement built by the romans complete with mosaic floor, presumed to be a pathway in one of their bath house building found when excavating the site to after the Blitz of the ...
... date back to the 1200 and 1300's
Charles Dickens also lived in Rochester and I took myself on a self inspired walking tour to check out the places he was known to be inspired by. Stumbled on the chalet that he had written in and a couple of other buildings that had featured in his books.
Eddies cousin had booked us into a quaint pub on the outskirts of Rochester for dinner this ...
Got to Folkstone nice and early after rising, we then decided to follow the cycle path again. Big mistake, it took us up some huge climbs only to drop us a few hundred meters from where we started. Getting on the ferry was easy enough, still enjoying the good weather.
... players. Shortly we had set up for the night, we drove into Armentières where a bizarre French festival was taking place. I really liked the colour going on; I could only describe it as a better version of a British carnival. Men dressed in white overalls and wearing face paint had what appeared to be a huge pocket on the front of them, like a kangaroo. In these pockets were thousands of hole punchings – brightly coloured and ...
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