Holiday Inn Express Canterbury
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Well after over a year since first discussed, the tickets ahve been brought to go to the Big Apple and Debbie and I wil be off on the 7th March 2015. There have been a couple of hicups that shouldnt be shared but all sorted now and the plannign and can start in earnest.
Shall we do this, or shall we do that we have both ...
We said more goodbyes after a lovely evening at Paul's Nan's. Paul's Auntie Kerry had made us an incredible cake, decorated with a map of Australia complete with giant icing kangaroo, surf board and angel fish. The only problem was the sea was painted with blue dye that stained everyone's fingers, lips and ...
... what we needed for our BBQ (still haven’t got it but nice and helpful anyway).
So we left Canterbury (not having seen a lot but we did pass beautiful cathedral and old castle ruins) on our way to Leeds. Stopped off at a big supermarket (ASDA – sort of like a Hypermarket) to pick up supplies (not so much groceries but bits for the van) and was able to park Big Gert in the carpark well away from the masses. Also filled her up for the ...
... over the beaches, Christ The Redeemer, the city, favelas, lake and sea. There are shops to buy souvenirs, restaurants and toilets on this level. The second level doesn't have as many shops, it's much smaller but of course has a higher view. We caught the metro to the nearest station then caught a taxi to the Sugar Loaf Mountain (cost of 9R) be warned have the Portuguese spelling ready - no one speaks English.
... in the 1960s and 1970s. The land was originally intended for housing but in the 1980s Basildon Council had a change of heart (possibly due to the sloping nature of the land) and decided to keep the area as green space. Although the Plotlands residents were offered accommodation in the new town, many chose not to accept the offer or were disappointed with their new accommodation. For people used to large gardens, open spaces and ...