Pontin's Camber Sands Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... paranoid about intruders. Poor Queen Anne had such a rough deal after being what seems to be incorrectly charged with adultery. She met her death with a gruesome beheading at the Tower of London. Of course remembering the history books, Henry was not happy that she had only produced a daughter and went on to have a total of six wives! Not to mention that in the beginning she tried to turn him away, especially since her sister was also his mistress! ...
... looking forward to this seaside part of our adventure. Long story short, the accommodation which we booked through trip advisor was actually through air BnB ... A room on someone's house ... The room was ok but the walk through someone else's house to get to it was not. So I had to go back out to the car where Mr S was illegally parked and tell him what I had found ... We decided not to stay. We sat in the car for about an hour trying to find somewhere else ... Then ...
... locksmiths, engineers and beyond, took my first zumba class here, learned how to use storage heaters, found out customer service does not exist in the UK, dealt with my first landlord, met NU co-ops,one ...
... then planning to head west to Devon to spend a week in a cottage there. Realising we were staying put in Dover for 2 nights, they quickly changed course and made a 4 hour detour to spend the night with us here in Dover. We've had a lovely evening together!
Tomorrow we plan to catch the ferry to Dunkirk, where we will continue our route up the West Coast of the Continent. Mum and Dad & co, will head west for their long drive back to Devon..
... of it all. Had similar expectations for Malmesbury and were both extremely disappointed with the untidiness of the place. Cirencester was OK but not worth a stop over so we pushed on to Stow on Wold for lunch and leg stretch. Stow was upper class old full of antiques and lots of different shops. Found a delicious sandwich just what we needed. Remembered how pleasant Broadway was so travelled via the to Janes. ...