Holiday Inn Ashford - Central
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... Luther King and quite an impressive array of good people.
King Henri 4th and his wife and Edward the Black Prince have their tombs there. There is of course the stone and sculpture that celebrates the martyrdom of Thomas Beckett. There is the lower crypt, which is very very old and probably feels more like the cathedral felt when Beckett was killed there in 1172.
There is a thing the English do with their cathedrals and churches. ...
Got up and thought, ****, we're gonna go home today :( After updating yesterday's blog and leaving Di in bed I set out for one last ride, first stop was the Harley shop, but I took the long way as it was such a beautiful morning. After picking up a gift card for LA to show our appreciation, I realised I had left they pool jets on so decided to take a ride up to the house. I was ...
... transcontinental road from New York to San Francisco called The Lincoln Highway. I've driven portions of that one which has a history all of it's own, but it's not like Route 66. You "get your kicks on Route 66" because it is more of an adventure. It is one long emotional, exciting, Americana-filled trip that you never got with the Lincoln Highway. Route 66 was the 'Mother Road'.
So in summary, it's an exciting trip to do, there is a great deal of history attached to ...
... 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 ...
... reprieve I found a patch of earth upon which to rest my weary bones. As I looked at my watch, more out of habit than regard for the time, I noticed that it is Friday and that my birthday is but three weeks away. What a year it has been. What a journey. I stared out into cloudy channel and felt as if I was at the edge of the world, contemplating life, death and the universe.
On my way back I wandered into the National Trust (the British version of Parks Canada) Cliffs of ...