Days Inn Maidstone
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- Pets allowed
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After some much needed rest and woke up to a beautiful sunny day. We had breakfast and made plans to walk to Greenwich Village for the day. Kelly and Tally walked with us. Tally gets so excited about going to the park. She has a ball that she plays with there and she shakes with excitement once she sees the ball. It seemed like she never got tired of chasing the ball even though she ran at cheetah speed. Such a cute dog.
We met up with Rob in the park after his long ...
... he's in shorts and no top, claiming he's 'boiling'. Chris gets out the guitar, we sing loads of songs, Julia wants 'Somewhere in Brooklyn' by Bruno Mars, Chris can play anything. It's brilliant, love the music. We're singing, playing ninjas, singing, shaking maracas, dancing, and drinking mulled wine. Lush. New Christmas memories. Chris can't get over the growth in both children. Yesterday we got asked for about the third time ...
... and gardens.
We checked into the Holiday Inn in Maidstone ( nearer Sevenoaks than Maidstone) and were very pleased that Neil's gold member got us an upgrade to executive rooms . He took the girls swimming while me and Steve went down to the bar to watch Cardiff beat Man City 3-2. A great win against the run of play. Later in the evening we were joined at Dinner by Pam's cousin Rob and his partner Suzzie who live in Kent. The G&T club finished early as we were all ...
... slow start, we headed to London and just caught the end of the festivities for the London Pride. Some of the costumes were stunning, with feather headpieces that must have weighed a tonne, and shoes about six inches off the ground! There were people everywhere, and a number of road closures. The bus to London did a massive detour and ended up right over the other side of town, so we got to see an unplanned part of ...
... us all about life on board ships like the Victory, including the punishment system which used the cat-o-nine-tails. I was interested by the number of sayings that come directly from this time. 'Learn the ropes', 'No room to swing a cat' - floggings were up on deck as there was not room below deck to "swing the cat"; 'you scratch my back..' sometimes men would offer to take the punishment for someone else in return for them standing in for them at ...