Holiday Inn Express Canterbury
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Travel Blogs from Upper Harbledown
... when it was revealed that our next destination was not London. I was forced by my own men to return home. As far as anyone else knows, I had come back by my own hand. It was demanded of me that I was to make it seem that I gave the order to turn back, as to not get my crew charged with mutiny and executed.
I doubt the Muscovy Company will want to fund my next expedition, but I assure you that my journey is far from over.
... Ancient Britons who defended this place when it was a pristine stretch of coastline against the Romans.
These little craft are well maintained and attractive and I can see why. If the roads/Eurotunnel were destroyed due to some horrific disaster, they'd be the only escape route to Europe.
A kind of weird Dunkirk-style operation on reverse. Fleeing rather then fetching.
We hope to make our escape tomorrow morning, touch wood - Eurotunnel to Calais.
... don’t know until after you have gone through the checkout. Not a helpful lot there. Left Denise with groceries while I tried to find an ATM. Found one near rail station but of course it didn’t take Mastercard either. Only other I could find was in a small corner store and it was out of
order. So leaving our groceries in the trolley for the very "helpful" Aldi staff to restock, we went and dejectedly found a fish and chip shop spending ...
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... special train tickets, free champagne and exaggerated claims of the amenities which were expected to be available.
In 1924, 183 of the Dunton plots were sold at roughly the cost of £6 a plot (several times the average weekly wage at the time). Although originally intended as holiday homes and weekend retreats, by the Second World War many families decided to move to their plots permanently even though there were no ...