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We set off again - into a stronger wind now and walked briskly to the Viking ship about 45 mins further on, again staying on the clifftops. We then turned and retraced our steps, dropping down onto the seafront as soon as we could and walked all the way back on the seafront and beach, including a closer look at teh sandy Broadstairs beach and harbour before heading back to ...
... for as far as the eye could see (and we
could see a VERY long way). While normally that wouldn’t particularly concern me (we can look at the scenery) the continual changing gears and braking was painful. So we decided to get off at nearest exit (about 200m and ¾ hour up the road) and try an alternate route.
So Gertrude, stop complaining and find us “No Motorway” and “No Tolls”. Sure thing boss she says in ...
... with us on hand. The ticket you buy lasts for a year and when you get in there you can understand why, so much to see and do. It is private property and is still a working historic dockyard, first we saw the RNLI Historic Lifeboat collection.
An amazing collection, from the ones that were pulled by horses down to ...
It's another baking summer's day so where better to spend it than the English seaside? After a leisurely breakfast in the garden we head to Victoria station and jump on the 10.22 to Whitstable, renowned for its quaint beauty and fantastic oysters.
Southeast Trains however are far from fantastic. This being our little holiday we've decided to treat ourselves to first class tickets. Whenever we travel to Devon on family visits via train, the first class
option is ...
... information and she was so ecstatic to tell us all she knew. I think the cathedrals in England are easily one of my favorite things. They're similar to snowflakes — they're all very similar yet beautiful and unique in their own ways. When we got home my flat mates cooked dinner for our professors. We had stuffed mushrooms and eggplant, Italian chicken noodles, rice, and veggies and hummus. It was a hit. On our second day trip, we went south east to Canterbury. Yet again, ...