Holiday Inn Express, Ramsgate - Minster
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... many as the UK), but it seems less lurchy in the back of the van when you drive through from the right-hand side. (This may be just a furfy, but after lurching through more roundabouts than I could count in the UK, I will take a victory where I can).
We have decided to stay at a campsite tonight - all four of us in the van. This should be interesting. We find the campsite - La Licorne - its next to the beach, and kind of in suburbia. A little odd, but there you go. It was ...
Today we got up bright and early and boarded a coach for a trip to Romford market for a shopping trip. I felt pretty perky after a disturbed night's sleep... But not for long. I soon started to feel the effects of jetlag. A few coffees helped... Did get a bit of shopping done and bought a few more things. Managed to get a little bit of sleep on the bus on the way back. We had been having a little bit of trouble with our ...
... The champagne was awesome. And the lounge! Ooh la la. They also had a full menu, and the food was fantastique. I had a farmhouse cheddar and chutney sandwich that was so good, I still taste it.
I left Dover for the day and returned the next. On my return (also in FIRST CLASS!) I got a better view of the White Cliffs. It was quite an amazing sight – chalky white against the typically miserable, gray sky. I had some fun in Calais, but I was glad to be back in ...
After a great trip to Malta we headed back to Ramsgate. We did not get back into Ramsgate until 11 at night. We headed straight for Ken and Debbie's home. We arrived to a warm reception and an amazing late night feast. It was so good to see or friends and catch up with them. Since we moved from Ramsgate Ken and Debbie got a English Bull Dog named Hendrix. He is the most lovable little guy ever. We went to Thai Orchid restaurant the ...
... village called the tiger. this was the location of a rather embaressing conversation:
my grandma: "i always bring loads of pairs of pants on holiday...one pair for each day and then a spare"
me: "WHAT?! how do you have enough room for all of those!?!??"
her: "well it's only about forty pairs or so, we go on long holidays and they're nice to have!"
me: "THAT IS STILL SO MUCH TO TAKE. and expensive!!! how do you afford 40 pairs of pants?!?? ...