Holiday Inn Ashford North A20
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... encrusted cod and veggies for both. A Chablis from South Africa goes very well at 14.5 pds a bottle. So we decide to do the 3 courses and have caramelised banana with toasted bread, ice cream and cream, when the booked group arrive. They are all speaking French, and we start chatting with one of the blokes, a Mairie (Mayor) from across the channel, who does not speak English, but who we engage in French conversation about Peters croquet, where we ...
... t move for about 3 hours because I'd just be thinking, planning, strategizing not sure what in particular but something.
I honestly cannot believe how fast this time has rocked around, I remember writing the little 'Hi Goiz' paragraph introducing you to my blog at the start of my Europe travels and briefly mentioning that I'd be going away to India and South East Asia as the second part of the trip and now, it's here.
The feeling I have is ...
... things that we have on the plans. Can't wait! DAY 7: London, Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Shakespeare's Globe, St. Paula Cathedral, National Galary Friday 2nd March Our first full day in London on our own! We got of the train at London bridge so we would be closer to the Tower Bridge. We got some great pictures from here looking over the Thames over to the Tower of London and the a London Bridge defiantly the best place to get touristy shots! We walked all the way along the ...
... now marks the site of that once glittering and opulent shrine. I found that candle appropriate. Surrounded by the tombs of Henry IV, his wife Edward, the Black Prince and past Archbishops, it reminded me that all the power, wealth and glory in the world can not prevent our ultimate demise. We spent around 4 hours in the Cathedral and then decided to check on the car. Sure enough, I had a ticket for L25. Damn! The truly ironic part in this was that the parking lot I was supposed to be ...
Left London and journeyed through the countryside to my next destination - the small medieval village of Charing in Kent. The trains in the UK are great, you are always getting information about the next stop, and so I was ready when the little station at Charing was reached, hopped off and set off up the road to No5.
Many of these little stations have been closed or are only manned at certain times. The station master at Charing, which is only partially manned, ...