Little Silver Country Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on we saw a flock of sheep all gathered under a copse of trees. They must just like the dark and coolness. At times this morning it was very hot. We sat on an unusual bench made from tree trunks and had a coffee then decided to put sunscreen on. As we set off however it turned colder and the sky filled with grey clouds.
We travelled through lovely peaceful woodlands and heard a cuckoo. I haven't heard one for years. We've pedalled up hills and free ...
... on the corner and a small river that was once an important shipping route all had us wishing we had put more money in the meter.
Next stop for the day was Deal Castle built on the foreshore in the shape of the Tudor rose, very low lines to be less of a target for attack and well rounded turreted towers. From the shingle beach it is no higher than the surrounding 3 storied terraced houses. A short walk down the promenade we came across the Timeball Tower - a 4 storied white ...
... M25 through the Dartford tunnel was extremely busy and I was happy to get off onto the M11 and after a short distance the A414. Left the main roads soon after and completed the trip on B roads, through farmers fields and small villages. Arrived in Potton around 11:30. Four hours fifteen including 2 stops for petrol and food. Total distance covered more than 120 ...
... br> After a nice sleep in I headed to Bristol. The weather was even worse than yesterday and I walked around the rain slashed streets taking in the sites, shops and street art. Bristol is the home of famous street artist Banksy and I saw one of his pieces in the open art gallery on Nelson street. Some of the artwork was so high up I couldn't imagine being the artist standing up there painting! It was cold and miserable so I headed back up to Kent for a nice warm ...
... only at Ritoweg to work. They days had very set patterns. I would come across to the farmhouse to eat my breakfast; work from 9 until 12 or 12.30 without a break, or even a cup of tea; have lunch in the farmhouse with Nick (and Trudie if she was around); go back to work until 4ish. Go back to the cabin until tea at 7. Eat tea with Nick and Trudie. Do the washing up, and then go straight back to the cabin. Get up next day and repeat. It felt like there was no give and take - ...