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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... though...it was freezing. The wind actually had me walking on an angle at one point but I could hear the waves and smell the sea. I didn't care how windy it was. I walked along past the most gorgeous beach houses (who knew they are places other than in photos!), talked to the most friendly locals ever...lots of them, and walked out past a small headland and around to the bay. I sat for ages there, writing and clearing my head. That ...
Well after over a year since first discussed, the tickets ahve been brought to go to the Big Apple and Debbie and I wil be off on the 7th March 2015. There have been a couple of hicups that shouldnt be shared but all sorted now and the plannign and can start in earnest.
Shall we do this, or shall we do that we have both ...
... and dropped off the Kidds' vehicle so they could hop in with us for a trip to Margate. We drove past the beach, which was full of happy holiday makers enjoying the calm sea and the sunshine, but our destination was a fascinating place: the underground shell grotto. It was discovered in 1835, when the new purchaser of the building above decided to do some renovations and found a 104 foot long series of caverns under ...
... at Liverpool Street Station, it occurred to me that it might be a good time to head a little further east, to Upton Park, the home of West Ham Football Club. Not that I'm into football/soccer ... just around the corner from the club is The Who Shop, dedicated to the good Doctor. They have a small museum of costumes and props from the television series, as well as the shop full of collectibles, toys, clothing and more. I stayed until closing time at 5.30pm, looking ...
... an amazing little fishing village set into a bay on a very steep hill. Unusually, the village is privately owned and has been for centuries and now thrives on its tourist kudos, but it is unbelievably pretty, and very, very steep. Each gorgeous little cottage in the village has its own little sled , which the people use to cart their goods and chattels up and down hills. Access is very limited, with only one road and ...