Holiday Inn Ashford - Central
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... the moat to the large keep (second part of the castle), The basement level has been decorated like it would have been in medieval times when Henry VIII visited. The upper levels was left more or less in the style created in the 1920's by Lady Baille with a strong French influence. Jo-ann took quite a few pictures of the furniture etc but the kids where more interested in the large "gingerbread" version of the castle built as a Christmas feature. After the castle we walked further into ...
... Good old Oliver Cromwell raided here as well and destroyed many of the stained glass windows and looted the silverware as well as destroying any reminder of Thomas Becket. However it has been the home of the Anglicans ever since. There is an exclusive school (King's School) in the grounds. Boys all got up in pin stripe trousers and black jackets. Both girls and boys had those strange collars where the tie shows around the neck and there is a little triangle at the ...
... s reputation as a sleazy city is deserved but there are some out-of-the-way attractions that I have not yet visited. Getting around Pattaya itself is easy with Baht Buses or Songthaew running along Beach Road and Second Road in a continuous loop. (See map)
To the south of Pattaya, on the right as you travel to Jomtiem is Wat Phra Yai (Big Buddha ...
... who volunteer each week as "the heart" of parkrun, and integral to its not-for-profit status. It also provides a useful range of responses to commonly asked questions about volunteering, with information on each of the different roles, in its FAQ section. It is recommended that runner volunteer three times over the course of a year to help their local parkun function sustainably.”
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... one, but it was well cooked and the red cabbage and apple sauce were delicious.
Going home we diverted through Tunbridge Wells for a few groceries (not much Sunday shopping here), and drove back along the small roads to Hollingbourne. Kent has always been know as a hop growing area, and in this area ...