Canterbury Cathedral Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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We landed a bit early. The walk to the UK immigration seemed to last forever. We were through immigration in 10 minutes, picked up our bags and went to the designated meet point for our car transfer to Canterbury. Yes, you can take the Tube into London, then catch a train to Canterbury, but we didn't do that because we knew we would be tired and …
Not a restful sleep due time zones, a warmish blanket and a short bed, needing to pretzel myself somewhat. I survived.
Up after 0800 for a shower and an off the continent continental brekkie. Headed into Canterbury, going straight to the cathedral, the site of the murder of Thomas A'Becket in 1170. Canterbury was crucial to the growth of Christianity with the journey to the area by St Augustine.
The cathedral [13 L incl'g 2.5 book] ...
... an amazing view of the whole of the Castle. Oh and the cafe at the start has wonderful hot chocolate!!!
It was a long day and we cover a bit of ground but it was great to get a taste of a few different places. I would love to go back to Canterbury for sure and wander around the cobblestone streets a bit more.
... promises (leave that to the Canadians apparently). Maybe if you wait it out, not long enough for your tits to sag but a bit longer, maybe someone will inspire you to be an unadulterated, uncensored, confidently quirky you. The “behind closed doors and shower curtains” version. You can choose to label this limbo as Dante’s Inferno, or use it to cultivate your hobbies; read, write, knit, train Orcas, learn to cook, TRAVEL***, be a little selfish while you can. ...
... br> Turns out, our application had been returned at the end of June, not because the insurance cover note had expired (as we were told by Graham) but because Graham hadn't filled out some form for customs (the vehicle has come from Germany).
Just to complicate things a bit more, the DVLA office at Maidstone is closing down and the application has been forwarded to Swansea (Wales) .
Quick smart we were back at that dealer, wanting the truth - bit ...