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John Betjeman begged friendly bombs to fall on Slough.
How about-- Come rising seas and swallow up Folkestone?
Words can't adequately convey the sheer awfulness of this town. The sea and pebbly beach are perfectly nice - but good grief!
The horrible 60s brutalistic architecture - right on the beach front, the litter, the huge expanse of black asphalt stretching as far as the eye can see - on the beach!
I guess it used to be where ...
Basic hotel, but clean and a comfy bed. Tea making facilities are BAB though, just had a very dubious 'tea' from the vending machine that was comprised of hot lemon and congealed milk. Time for a well earned sleep, thank god we got on the earlier ...
... Spain to the UK and met them at Trevieres, nearby the Normandy landing
beaches which are well known for the largest ever amphibian invasion on 6 June 1944. Everything was decked out for the 70th celebrations of that event.
Trevieres was our first Municipal Camping Ground (3 star), a step up from an Aire but not the posh expensive holiday park camps that are very popular here, they have ...
... Owl works the casino. A pleasant young woman with glasses as thick as coke bottles and very, very large and round covering a good part of her face. Each time we see her she I standing at her table looking out, no one playing, and she just looks on, Like an Owl. No hooting though. Gene, Chuck, Joyce and Eileen meet us in the Ocean Bar most afternoons for a drink and a laugh. The Yankees, self named, are from Illinois and Pennsylvania and are great fun. Dennis, Constance, Chris ...
... was later built but in 1538 it was destroyed on the orders of Henry VIII. Now a candle burns where the shrine once lay and it was very moving to see it in person.
Also in this area of the cathedral is the tomb of the "Black Prince", Edward Plantagenet. Edward died one year before his father King Edward III and became the first English Prince of Wales to not become King. Edward's heraldic 'achievements' (shield, helm and crest, jupon, scabbard and gauntlets) are ...