Saltcote Place Rye
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... and I am sure the trip will just flash past.
Now, do we book before we go or shall we see how the mood takes us? A leisurely meal at mine to mull this over and complete the 'visa' or whatever it is, to get us into the country planne din the next couple of weeks.
PJ's sorted, the rest still to be considered. :)
... is very large and as there was a service on we were able to sit and join in the service. They were actually admitting new choristers to the choir and appointing a new leader. It was all very formal and nice to hear the choir singing. Next came Medhurst and Petworth which is a pretty old village with pretty thatched cottages then on to Amberley which was exceptionally old with very narrow streets and lovely thatched cottages and from there went to Devil's Dyke which is ...
... We rolled out of there and grabbed our bags, jumped into the car and were off to Deal to see a castle, one built by Henry the VIII as coastal protection. This unusual castle is in the shape of a flower....concentric circles - four and one more on top, and around this a large dry moat. We commented on the iron studded doors at the only entrance and were told these were the original oak ...
... one for drawing, another for smoking, another for receiving important heads of state, a dining room for the Queen's invited guests, another for lunch and on it goes. All you need now is a crowd to fill it. And hundreds of bedrooms for the guests that stay over. Of course you wouldn't want to clean all of this. That would deprive a whole sector of employment. Just trying to live in all the rooms would be hard enough work. It took us a few hours to walk ...
The beds, we discovered, looked tiny because of a massive pillow called a bolster. It sat at the head of the bed to keep the occupant upright; apparently, people of this time believed that if they were lying down flat, a devil would sneak in and steal their souls, so they slept sitting up! Talk about uncomfortable!
The Great Hall preceded a stop at the cafe, where Del and I ended up leaving Mark as we climbed to the roof. 116 steps later, we made it to ...