South Lodge Guest House
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
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... when he was 15, but it wasn't quite what we had in mind.) It was a good gallery though: better laid-out and more thought -provoking than the Tate, we thought. It had a portrait exhibition on: how the style and definition of portraiture has changed through the years.
And then we continued on to Broadstairs, on the recommendation of the man who sold us the camera last night. He said it was always his preferred destination, of the ...
... of all the outlets but nothing else...like what? Anyways I took lots of pictures inside and out, even got a few pictures that weren't selfies because nice people helped out. I made my way back to the bus with just a few minutes to spare before leaving for our next spot The Cliffs of Dover! It was a 45 minute drive there but I was so excited to see the cliffs so it went quick. I gotta say though I was slightly disappointed with how little we got to see. We literally parked in ...
After about 3,000 round-a-bouts we found our way to Broadstairs, one of the many small beach towns on the Kent coast. There wasn't anything in particular that we wanted to see here but just decided to drop in to see what it was all about based on a recommendation.
We drove down some dodgy little narrow streets down by the see and found a park to go ...
... of the city. Records note 598 as the year of the foundation.
The abbey expanded under Benedictine rule until the Dissolution of monasteries by Henry VIII in 1538. Treasures were scattered, and buildings were converted into a palace where Henry would greet his new queen, Anne of Cleves, or rest on his travels. 940 years of monastic life had come to an end. Two centuries later, a brewery and public house took over parts of the palace and a farmhouse stood among the Saxon ...
... on the French seaside...Churchill painted next to another man, and at the end of the day, they swapped paintings. So, somewhere in francs, a family owns a painting by WSC. I wonder if they know what they have. After the stud, we wandered down to the lakeside and crossed the bridge to the small island. There wasn't much to see, but it was till pleasant. Along the edge were black swans, looking for a handout.
We lunched in the nearby town ...