BEST WESTERN Abbots Barton Hotel
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- Pets allowed
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Had a lovely nights sleep and didn't wake up until the alarm went off! It's poring with rain, not that we're not used to that, but I don't think the sun will dry the grass in minutes when it stops! It's been an amazing trip that won't happen again for at least 13 years when we will have that time off. It will only be 2 or 3 weeks at a time. We have done Train journeys = 7 Moscow to Ekaterinburg Ekaterinburg to ...
... one for a missionary school, which was located at the abbey. Augustine was the 1st Archbishop of Canterbury. With the Norman Conquest in 1066, the Abbey was demolished and the stones were used to build a new church was was finished in 1072. Henry VIII, after his break with the Church of England, destroyed it. He left the cathedral alone since it was the seat of the Archbishop and that would have been going a bit too far, even for him. ...
... value instead of dumping your money down the esophagus of drunk chicks with desperate hopes of a positive outcome. Girls are (selectively***) much too smart for this antic. On the same wavelength, ingesting creatine to bulk up through water weight and going for a 6 set curls workout to “get swoll” prior to the club is an ABHORRENT consolation prize to an intellectual dude. You know, the anomaly that can formulate coherent sentences about things that matter.. ...
... not quite right about this beach, the shells were different and the water was grey. It was still a nice beach but it's hard to beat what we have at home! Sunday was dedicated to exploring the close by town of Broadstairs and of course Margate. We visited a seaside arcade, an art gallery, the house of Charles Dickens in Broadstairs, played dress ups in the vintage secondhand shops and of course ate more fish and chips and ...
... expected and we decided to celebrate the successful completion of our county towns challenge with a couple of bottles of sparkling wine. We sprawled on the grass in front of our hotel rooms in the glorious sunshine remembering some of the highlights of the 11 different trips that we have undertaken over the 7 years that we have needed to complete the list of 39 county towns and various Brucie bonuses. Neil pointed out that we have driven 6,500 miles ...