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"Oh my goodness, this must be a typical autumn day. Just look and the wind and rain" laments Cecilia. "I'm glad I brought my wooly underwear!"
“Just kidding. Can you still get wooly underwear?”
We take the M20 motorway through attractive hilly countryside hardly seen through ...
... project obviously planned as luxury seaside condominiums, but now just a vacant lot surrounded by wooden barriers, poignantly covered with paintings depicting better times.
We continue on by way of Broadstairs and Margate, scene of Mods and Rockers street fights in the 60s. Neither town attracts our interest, and we are back in Lenham ...
... windows showing stories from Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, which was written between 1387-92.
Upon exiting the church at 12:30, we are trampled by the £9.50 crowd now allowed entry to visit the cathedral. The streets are packed with visitors...The day trippers have arrived! So after another coffee and some sweet snacks we depart Canterbury for lunch in Sandwich.
... of selecting if we are to dine at the” Dog and Bear” or “The Red Lion”. After much agonizing, we decide on the Red Lion. I select the homemade soup of the day with the Roast Beef and Yorkshire pudding from the senior menu. Unfortunately there is no senior discount for the pints of local beer I'm quaffing to accompany dinner. ...
... corner to claim our car. Inside the sparse office two Middle Eastern gentlemen greet us, one tapping away on his small computer.
“Yes, I have your booking here. I have very nice car for you. Nice red Vauxhall Astra, but for few dollars more we upgrade you to a splendid Vauxhall Insignia.”
“Thanks, but the red Astra is fine.”
On signing the contract I’m surprised to find ...