Langhorne Garden Hotel
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... the musings of the possible positive impact of melting ice caps and rising seas begin enter my mind.
We saw a sign to the "Creative Quarter". Surely this was worth investigating. It had to be better than Asphalt Wasteland-on-Sea and the garish skate-board field that covers what is actually a quite decent shore line.
It turned out to be a few rather attractive (in their time i.e. about 100 years ago) vacant buildings with boarded-up windows. ...
... them have become popular and widespread. So popular and widespread that I am struggling to believe that Sicily has enough land area to grow all these lemons. Unless a Sicilian lemon is a type of lemon rather than one that actually comes from the Italian island.
Sicilian really is all the rage right now too. Another citrus fruit has made a more recent appearance – the Sicilian blood orange. Can’t bring myself to buy one of those ...
Needless to say the journey from Titchfield to Folkestone on a Friday night (and dark by this time) was fairly uneventful, marked only by the Hindhead tunnel on the A3, giving us a cheap thrill by opening the sunroof, winding all the windows down, and letting our recently installed Milltek exhaust system resonate through the tunnel. Our arrival at the Holiday Inn Express in Folkestone, based near the entrance ...
Off to Dover Castle, where did the beautiful sun go? Went from shorts to multiple layers.
What a great site for fortifications. The history here goes back to BC, then the Romans arrived about 2000 years ago and there are still remnants of their buildings. William the Conquerer defeated King Harold in 1066 @ the Battle of ...
... 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