The Harrow Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... before the gates closed would proceed at a “Canterbury pace”, from which came the word canter for a rapid gait of a horse! He also said that animals were allowed loose to graze inside the city walls in the day time, and any that were not collected by their owners before the gates closed, were put in an enclosure called “the pound.” Brilliant!
We walked and walked and walked. I had lovely baths in a nice deep bath tub. The bed ...
... following quotes: Bangkok: "want to buy sooometiiing" Chiang Mai: "you got sometiing for meeee" Koh phangan: "bucket!" Koh Tao: "you pay! You pay now!" Krabi: "taxi boat?" Phi phi: "see you tomorrow!" Phuket: "where's the tiger place?" Malaysia: "200 for a taxi!" Singapore: "OMG wow!"...."Yeah, this is ****" This has been an experience of a life time and we are glad we got to do it together. Now onto the next ...
... in Maidstone, second-hand, with 39 miles on the clock on the day of purchase. The story goes the guy who bought it in May came off a cruiser, didn't like it and traded it on a Harley. Thanks for the 25% discount on new!
Kind of ironic really, we were here in the summer of 2012. It rained for 26 out of 28 days on the bike. So far, we have been here a week, its winter, and there has been no rain. Today is the ...
... guess where we were from. His mother said listen to their accents Michael and Michael said, "mummy I truly do not know where try are from" ...I've never heard a 5 year old talk so elegantly in my life it was hilarious. Kelly wants to adopt a child from here just for the accent! :)) Once we made it back we decided to stay in for the night and do some wash and packing. Tomorrow is the last ...
... to Roy and Karen, and left Oxford about 9:30 am after we all took a taxi to the train station. Our trip to London's Paddington Station was fast. As soon as we got off the train we had to quickly find our way to the exit and stand in a long queue for the next available taxi. We "raced" across London to the St. Pancras station (taking much longer than we hoped) and had to ask information where to find the platform for our connecting train ...