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We are now staying with Craig's relatives in Hythe, Kent for a couple of days. Today we spent the day at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park and had a great time. We especially loved the big cats, gorillas and baboons. The park is in a great location overlooking the English Channel and the animals have great places to ...
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... then onto Canterbury and the Falstaff Hotel where we were able to check into our room and nap. Wonderful. This hotel is actually an inn and coach house from the 1500's; very charming. We wandered Canterbury, looked at the cathedral again having toured it on our last trip, and enjoyed the city. Dinner was in a pub and we had quite poor fish and chips...really disappointed. The early to bed where I slept for ten hours, Lyn for six ...
... about the hill carvings of horses, so we went in search of one. There are only eight still existing, so we quickly did some research, decided on one and headed off across Salisbury plain. After a bit of a search we found the Westbury horse, which just happens to be the best preserved of the remaining horses. I thought these were from Neolithic times, but the majority are only around 300 years old.
We were pretty pleased with ourselves for finding the ...
We started off the morning with driving to Leeds Castle. Which was much more than a castle, it's a whole park of sorts. We too the little train up to the castle and then took a river punting boat around the moat of the castle. Apparently the moat is only about 4 feet deep, so not like it would have kept any only away very well. Most recently the castle was owned by an American woman named Lady Bailie who left the castle to be used by the public once ...