Aubrey Park Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
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... their English pension and hence their lifestyle in France. We stayed in a BandB on Wednesday night and had arranged for Ivy, John and Christine, who we had stayed with at Kingston when we first arrived, to meet for lunch at Canturbury. We went early and had a good look around the the city and could recommend it for a visit. It is a bit contradictory however that you have to pay a small fortune just to visit a church but in any event we had been there ...
... to deposit into UK bank account, only to have block placed on NZ card - again. Second time it has happened now and should have been well within the daily limit. Seemingly no other trigger reason they could think of. Card unblocked. Did another withdrawal a couple of days later and same thing happened - card blocked for the 3rd time. Now getting rather sick of this. Turns out daily limit for the UK has been reduced and staff at OneSmart have ...
... be someone down at the carpark at 11am, so we headed off for a walk around the old town, looked through a couple of shops, and stopped for coffee & cake at one of the many cafes in the town, with plenty of time to be back in the carpark and make our escape!
Thankfully, there was one campground open in Brighton and because we had made a booking, we had a spot for the next 3 nights. But we have a question - if no-one goes caravanning in winter, why was ...
Today we made our way towards Buckingham Palace. But first we visited the Royal Mews which is where the royal carriages are kept and horses. Amongst the many carriages we saw the diamond jubilee carriage which was built in Australia. Mum was happy to see this as the last time she saw it was in Manly while it was being built. We then walked around to Buckingham palace and we were just in time to see the ...
... Tower following the death of their father, the king. Charley was particularly interested in the idea that the whole of British history would have been radically different had the princes lived.
By the time we exited the Tower, it was lunchtime and the day was glorious and sunny. We walked down to the Tower Bridge and walked across it in both directions. Then it was time for lunch and fortuitously we passed a casual restaurant serving great looking fish and chips. ...