Best Western Clifton Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Clifton Hotel Folkestone
So far so good...food is average, but the room was an upgrade Twin and had lots of space....many narrow passages and lots of confusion....its an old folks home really!
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... couldn't resist stopping for some traditional Eastend grub of Pie n Mash.
After the pit stop we travelled to a campsite near Leeds Castle. We went there earlier in our travels but it was a cold and rainy day. The ticket allows a year long entry so we went for another look. We had beautiful sunshine and 32c. The castle and grounds were glorious.
Later that day the strike at the ferry docks at ...
... had been a rough ride and we were glad to see the back of it. Unfortunately the pain from Shingles persists and is likely to for some time yet, but it is getting better.
To celebrate this good news, Peter arranged to take me to Sharm el Sheik, Egypt, to snorkel with the fish. The Red Sea is supposed to be one of the best places to do this and it did not disappoint. We saw lots of beautiful, coloured fish, including ...
... whole of the US was suffering from some of the coldest weather on record and so, even when we got to the boat, we had to stay in a motel for several more nights. Even the water in our bilge had frozen!!
The abnormal weather system also brought high winds and, in the end, any voyage south to the Bahamas, and, more importantly, back again was out of the question. With all of these difficulties and a number of others along the way we decided the Gods ...
... was murdered. It was surprisingly emotional and everyone upon entering the room just hushed – even if they weren’t aware of its importance. It’s an amazing place and with all those little rooms and chapels, it seemed to go for ever. We took the photos were allowed to and after a good couple of hours, we moved on.
... crossing and much discussion and debate took place as to the viability of the underwater version of the 'mile high’ club. Himself expressing that half an hour crossing was ‘far too long enough for that sort of thing’!
Herself ate cold roast chicken and coleslaw instead! Arrival and unloading was seamless and in moments we were in Guines at a very nice chateau campsite en ...