Bay Tree Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... decided to head for Broadstairs as this beach had been recommended to Nicky by her sister as being really nice. Broadstairs is on the Southern bank of the Thames near the towns of Ramsgate and Margate. Phoebe slept most of the way there, she wanted to make sure that she didn't miss a thing once we arrived.
Broadstairs is ...
... should remain part of the UK.
America is still the world's super power, although it has China to contend with these days. China is flexing its muscles in South East Asia. Russia and the western world disagree on most things, especially - right now - the the newly politicised Ukraine. There has been a revolution across the Arab world in recent years in which various regimes have been, and continue to be, challenged and overthrown. An ...
... is the busiest passenger harbor in the country and to the Eight Bells, a local pub for a salmon dinner. Eight Bells refers to medieval times when the pigs were turned loose in the town at night to forage for food.
Saturday was reserved for Dover Castle and the white cliffs. Dover castle is massive, in fact the largest castle in England. Built in the 12th century but the site appears to have been ...
... as the ship departed. A little disappointed that the Coldstream Guards were not playing on the quayside as we left but hopefully they'll be there to welcome us back. Then went on a guided tour of the ship which was useful to find our bearings. As it is quite a small ship, maximum 700 passengers over 12 decks not too difficult. Prior to dinner we sat on deck at the back of the boat having a drink. We were the ...
... bad... for me. Just to make it a truly French dining experience, the bakery van sells wine! Lots of old customs still survive, too. When entering a shop, it is exceptionally bad manners to fail to say bonjour to all the madames and monsieurs in the shop. When entering a packed bistro or bar, the etiquette is to say "bonjour messieurs-dames" just to the first table. Often everyone will say hello back. Very welcoming and friendly experience!
The lack of ...