The Railway Hotel Appledore
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... us at breakfast until they were fit to burst. Eventually the kids were away to their respective kids clubs. Gab and I went to investigate what our cabin looks like mid-morning - I slept through most of the investigation, carbs you know, and woke just in time for our agreed lunch date with the kids at 1pm.
Well lunch with one kid, Fid either invented an elaborate story about the sacrifice of waiting for his parents whilst gnawing ...
... only!) came across a shop selling these huge meringues of various flavours. They were as big as a small loaf of bread. For another day. Bought some hand made chocolate for consumption at the apartment. Mmmm, delicious! There will be more of this consumed over the next few days along with some local beer. At one end of the square was a church where a wedding was held as we first passed it. Noticed there are some small narrow buildings built hard up against it. They look like toy ...
... reading the announcements off a card. By the time we realised they were speaking in English, it was far too late to hear or understand what they were saying.
The safety drill should have been filmed as it would have been worthy of the Fast Show or similar.
But they were all pretty jolly and efficient, bringing us undrinkable free coffee and some sort of roll which was the sort of bread which goes soggy once you try and eat it and gets stuck solid to the ...
... Museum complete with opera performance and best dumpling house experience thus far. The town itself is FILLED with students, sandstone and bicycles. Notably, the town is also one of the better looking in England, both the architecture and importantly the people themselves. Maybe its just the Cambridge intellect in the air. Here we also had a second and more successful vodka bar adventure where we shared Julia Gulliard knowledge and impersonations to ...
... standing. It has a neat little museum and a delicious bakery named Simon the Pieman.
As I said, today started late. Slow and easy. This afternoon we first visited a Fantatic garden center. If you want or need something for the garden you can find it there! Just wonderful!!
After we dropped off the purchases ( no I didn't buy any plants to try to get through immigration) Karen and I headed to Chiddingstone. ...