Langhorne Garden Hotel
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... to the city. The pilgrims’ chapel has a wonderful timber framed roof. The docent there was happy to inundate us with history, including pointing out how the building kept getting built out farther into the street with more steps up as fashions in waste disposal changed and the street levels got higher and higher. He also told us, among other gems, that the gates in the old city walls would be closed at sundown. People trying to reach Canterbury ...
Back in the UK I am. With rain on my windscreen. Just got the sticky lens deflectors off my headlights and the goo cleaned off, before the rain started.
Spotted one of my headlights wasn't working so changed the bulb at the same time. I wonder how long it has been out for how far I have driven with the oncoming drivers not knowing if ...
... in WW1 the other night which was particularly miserable. Any after a scenic tour of The Kent Weald we arrived at the hotel. Good room and very well kept but reminiscent of a well appointed care home. Arthur the whisky policeman has changed teams and now plays for Gin United. The bag of dry roasted peanuts has been attacked and ...
... guess where we were from. His mother said listen to their accents Michael and Michael said, "mummy I truly do not know where try are from" ...I've never heard a 5 year old talk so elegantly in my life it was hilarious. Kelly wants to adopt a child from here just for the accent! :)) Once we made it back we decided to stay in for the night and do some wash and packing. Tomorrow is the last ...
... and we were so lucky to get a week of sunshine. We
walked, cycled, played in the water with our body boards and even had a cream
It is now time to get ready for the next round. I am going
to King’s Hospital in London for
stem cell harvesting which starts tomorrow with some more chemotherapy. The
stem cells will be removed from the blood by a machine similar to that used in