Mercure Maidstone Great Danes Hotel
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... and we had a string of beautiful, sunny, spring days, I was feeling pretty lucky. It is amazing that we are here, and I am feeling excited about what the rest of this year is going to be like.
Because these first few weeks were so boring from a reader's perspective, here's a quick highlight reel of those two weeks spent in hostels:
- I interviewed and trialled for a job, got the job, and then quit the job all within ...
... map of the world that we could walk across. We could have stayed a lot longer but we wanted to get to the overlook in the park again to get a picture of the skyline while we still had daylight. We also stopped by the deer park for a quick minute. We saw two males fighting. It was almost like they were playing king of the hill because they were fighting on a hill and making the weirdest grunting sounds.
As the sun was going down we made our ...
... the bar is open so we hang around and mingle with the cast, then head back to Stratford tube station. Not ready to head home at 11pm on a very rare night without the children, we head to the Casino in the Westfield, Asper's, find a bar where there's live music and loads of people, and have a whale of a time. Paul plays one rounding blackjack, and we head out about 2am, feeling very merry, a great night, loved it!! Next morning not feeling so merry, not so merry at all. It's a lazy ...
Have just arrived to the Black Horse Inn inn Thurnham were we are staying for the night. After 15 miles of walking we're very ready for a rest and a meal in the pub! Today has been another lovely day for walking lots of sun and a clear blue sky. We started around 10 in the morning from our house in Wrotham walked through Trossley country park ...
Today it's Notting Hill's turn. Took the bus again. Loving the metro system here. You get moving very quickly. Very little wait time. Got off the bus at Notting hill gate and walked down the road towards Portobello road. Saw a cat on the way, sunning itself on the road in front of a parked car. Very pleased with its self. There still seems to be a few hippies living in the area. But for the most part this area has become a pure tourist zone. I'm not sure what ...