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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 1978 Leeds Castle was the venue for a meeting between foreign ministers from Egypt, Israel and the USA in preparation for the Camp David Accords. The Castle also hosted Anglo-Irish peace talks held in September 2004 which were led by Prime Minister Tony Blair. Weddings, and other special functions take place, in fact a wedding was there today, and it is possible the happy couple could spend their first night in a royal bedroom! Many of the rooms are recreated ...
... take photos and take in the atmosphere.
Another place I want to visit if time permits is Makkasan Station and the surrounding slums along the railway line. I have decided that the best way to see the station would be to take a taxi or motorbike taxi to Pratanum or Pantib, or to the BMW Tower and then follow the railway line to the right, all the way to the expressway and the station.
The station lies just ...
... on our return !!! . Off to Frank and Kathy's they are just as easy to talk to as ever you need a large bladder when you visit cup of tea after cup of tea I gave up after three in a row lol. Got some more family gossip haha. Made arrangement to meet up for a meal Kathy said she would do some ringing around so it's a date on the ...
... is in fact a Hertz company. This must be the poor relation, out of sight of their elite higher paying customers.
The little Astra is a perky car and easy to drive, so it’s not too hard adapting to driving on the left. Once on the M25 motorway it all comes back to me.
Although we have been fed on the transatlantic flight, we are still a little peckish. It’s 2 o’clock in the afternoon for us, ...
... grown tired of trying to be someone i am not - i use language to its full effect, i can be condecending when explaining things and i dont like overly crowded and hostile places. i am sick of being stuck in a small market town on the north kent coast, with more than its fair share of idiots. i was born in suburban surrey, a picturesque and textbook pretentious leafy out-of-town village. i moved to whitstable when i was eight but ...