Holiday Inn Express Folkestone Channel Tunnel
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... past the stables converted into guest bedrooms, to the children's play area inncluding a large hedge maze. We decided to make it a race to the centre whioch Amy claims to have won by making it to the centre and bak out through the grotto and tunnels to the start, but no-one saw her in the centre platform. Friendly arguments ensued but all agreed that the maze was fun. Keely went through again while Tristan bought us all hot chocolates. And then we walked back through the gardens ...
Back in the UK I am. With rain on my windscreen. Just got the sticky lens deflectors off my headlights and the goo cleaned off, before the rain started.
Spotted one of my headlights wasn't working so changed the bulb at the same time. I wonder how long it has been out for how far I have driven with the oncoming drivers not knowing if ...
... in WW1 the other night which was particularly miserable. Any after a scenic tour of The Kent Weald we arrived at the hotel. Good room and very well kept but reminiscent of a well appointed care home. Arthur the whisky policeman has changed teams and now plays for Gin United. The bag of dry roasted peanuts has been attacked and ...
If the weather in Germany, Luxembourg and Belgium had been disappointing, it was nothing compared to what the next four weeks in England would bring! One of the first things we heard on the radio en route from Folkestone to our first campsite in the New Forest was that the M3 was partially closed due to flooding. Luckily it had reopened by the time we got there, but on arrival at the campsite we found that a number ...
... br> Exploring the Devon and Cornwall coast has been a highlight. We spent many hours on coastal walks around an area known as the Lizard (England’s southernmost point)
and then on to the North Cornwall area of Padstow. We even managed some body boarding before enjoying a cream tea (not good for the cholesterol levels!) The tent we bought was not particularly palatial, as you can see from the photos, but we survived with our 'billy’ can and ...