Holiday Inn Maidstone - Sevenoaks
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... you receive a head set with 20 different points of interest and you listen to prerecorded explanations of all the Burial Tombs of past kings,queens from all thru the centuries, Lord Nelson, Poets corner where all the writers, musicians are buried - Handel, Keats, Monument to Shakespeare, Just so much to take in it is overwhelming - the size and grandeur - the stained glass windows are amazing - each chapel and there are lots ...
... were fabulous dancers and it was really exciting to watch. The style was a mixture of African, hip hop and contemporary. Rahim also took us to visit the team who deliver their hospital project. Unfortunately they are on holiday so we couldn't visit any activity but it was really interesting talking to their project manager and finding out about the project. After agreeing to go back on Monday to participate, possibly teach and interview a couple ...
... deck chairs. Distracted by watching everyone in the park had us arrive 10 minutes too late to be let into the Palace.
Next in our day was a Reapers walking tour of the grislier side of London. It centred mainly on the East-end and was a fascinating incite into the murderous history of London. The East-end is really interesting with a character all of it's own. Our guide Alex showed us some examples of the narrow streets that people once lived with no more than a single ...
... of the city. But before we could even think about the next 60 minute train ride, we needed food as soon as possible. So our first London meal was Burger King....just like the Brits do, right? After our train ride we then had about an hour walk to our hostel. But as typical tourists, the walk took us a little over 2 hours as we stopped to take photos and generally freak out that we were actually in London! Finally getting to our hostel ...
... seem to be oblivious to temperatures determined to remain in the 'teens' , trotting around in tee shirts and shorts as if it were 10 degrees warmer...... We spent three days pottering around the area, visiting the towns of Stow-on-Wold, Borton-on-Water, Chipping Norton, Bibury, and finally Stratford Upon Avon, William Shakespeare's hometown, where we were entranced by Anne Hathaway"s cottage as have most tourists visiting this part of ...
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