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... to spent about 10 minutes in the cold wind cleaning the clay out of the tread of our shoes.
We drove the next 30 minutes into Battle but no-one (except Dad) was interested in the Battle of Hasting with William the Conqueror so it turns out to be a "drive-by" of the Abbey built on the site. So it was onto Leeds Castle with the interesting points along the way being the picturesque villages and flooded road that GPS navigation app took us down. It was very expensive to get tickets ...
... Wesley preached his last open air sermon in 1790. We visited its church which was founded by King Edward I around 1290, and has some lovely modern (1929) stained glass windows to commemorate the Great War. To our surprise, we found Spike Milligan’s grave in the churchyard! He used to live nearby.
Another day was spent visiting Knole House near Sevenoaks in Kent. It is one of ...
... We became very familiar with Faversham since that’s where we went shopping and to restaurants/pubs.
Kent is called the Garden of England because it’s so fertile. One of its crops is hops, although that’s not such a big business as it used to be – due mainly to overseas competition, taxes, and the popularity of lager. When the hops were harvested, they were taken ...
After our visit to Budapest, we returned to Graveney in Kent and will be staying here for a few more weeks.
Since our last blog we've visited Walmer Castle which is another of the castles built by Henry V111 to protect England from invasion by the French and Spanish. Later it became the official residence of the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.
There is an Australian connection Former Prime Minister Sir Robert Menzies, was ...
... whilst there, wrote David Copperfield. Some believe that he also wrote Bleak House there, but others disagree. Whatever, Fort House was dubbed Bleak House in the early part of the 20th Century.
Ramsgate has the honour of being the only Royal Harbour in the UK, thanks to George IV who used it for travelling to/from his other kingdom of Hanover. Sandwich is one of the Cinque Ports, but unfortunately is now 2 ...