Headcorn Lodge at The Weald of Kent
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... Flower Show is held) and I found out later it was named after George Walton Oswald in 1847, who was a trustee of Smith's Charity - that's all I could find out. However, when I looked in my A-Z of London this morning, I found a whole lot of Waltons, Walton Park, Walton Ave, Walton Rd, Walton Close, so I think I've got a lot more research to see where they all came from and what their history is too!!
On the way back to the Victoria Train Station ...
... in a Hotel that night and next day headed down to Kent, back to Kingston for two nights, where we stayed our first nights in UK when we arrived. From there, we went to stay with Sarah, a lady who we met on the Trans/ Mongolian rail trip back in 2006. Sarah had previously visited us in Aus and had invited us to stay. Sarah and her partner John had not that long ago bought this 23 acre property ...
... area, even all the way to Gloucester.
... but then was tied to a pole and drowned along with hundreds of other pirates over the years.
Saw the Grapes Pub where Gandolf the Grey from The Hobbit drinks but lives next door and ended up buying the pub 2 years ago.
We had a great view and meal at Strada restaurant at More London, looking right out over the Tower Bridge..the full moon rising was also amazing wow what a ...
... bricks to be moved and a garden edge to be dug. Will take a few hours to complete the work but I'm happy to do it for them as they don't want us to pay for board in while we are staying at their place. Sections are very tiny over here and most houses are two storeys and joint together (3 or 4 in combined together). Went to Tescos supermarket and bought some groceries this afternoon. So ...