Pontin's Camber Sands Centre
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Day 1 and 2 at the house:
I was quite glad when morning came and I was still in one piece, un-singed by lightning and not a drop had leaked through the popup roof, despite the fact that the rain did not let up all night. Needless to say, we were very grateful to pack up quickly and drive over to Julie's house to settle in.
The house is actually half a two-story typical old English brick house, with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, a living ...
see the castle we asked why we could not see the Castle… apparently you could
see it some 43 year ago and now it had sunk or the trees had grown unsure which
but he had not got around to changing the business name. Regardless we set camp
then headed off in the direction of the said castle and bugger me there it was.
Old Roman walls with cool bits everywhere.. having worked up an appetite we
then walked into town for a feed of Fish & Chips… ...
... Bilotti, other Goldman interns, took the Eurostar and met my dad in Paris for the weekend, where I saw the Mona Lisa and visited Sciences Po where I'll be studying this fall #iheartcoop ...
... and one in WWII. A grandson inherited it and sold it at auction around 1952 to be razed by a developer for a hotel. The local community bought it for 5000 pounds to preserve it and sold it to Charles Henry Robinson, an American, who restored it and lived there about 17 weeks a year. When he died at the age of 85, in 1973 he left it to the National Trust.
Tuesday took us to Penshurst Place. Still ...
... then. All in all,.. a very worthwhile visit. In the afternoon we headed ...