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Had a great day at Leeds castle- picnic with the geese and ducks then onto the castle with a little history. Then it was chaos in the fortress as Archie got me to cross nets and bridges. He suggested I go down the tunnel but I said I wouldn't fit - to be confirmed by two youngsters (no barriers in thoughts there). Then through the famous ...
... to meet our transport for the next 6weeks. It is shiny, new & huge. It fits all of us & our luggage perfectly.
So we started our road trip with a driver who hasn't driven a manual car in 16 years also driving on the opposite side of the road and can't read the road signs. Well that probably won't be an issue cause he doesn't read signs anyway as he can't see them with his bad eyesight.
Thank goodness we are ...
Warwick Castle was a tourist attraction we were all keen to visit. Taylor had completed a history task on the castle and 'Ma and Pa Donnelly' had visited in 2000 and recall the experience fondly. A short walk from our accommodation, we came across Taylor Court and after a photo, continued to the castle. The welcoming committee was rather interesting, and the castle offered lots to see. The first was ...
... London's top museums are free of charge.
The museum had a ton of interesting artifacts that truly brought to life the hardships and horrors of the First World War. From brutal improvised trench batons to propaganda posters from the period, it truly brought history to life.
If I had one criticism of the museum it would be that it did focus a bit too much on the German atrocities in Belgium. While I'm sure the Germans were quite awful during that campaign, World War ...
... clothier friends might like to see (It includes old underwear. No not mine, old fashioned underwear)
Later in the day I wandered the streets, and went for a ride for a few hours around Kent, to familiarise myself with the bike.
All in all, Maidstone was quiet and comfortable, so I decided to stay a second night.
Silly me, Tuesdays are Students night in Maidstone..
Now where did I put that Druid Arms Ale?
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