Mercure Maidstone Great Danes Hotel
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6am awake, breakfast & walked just short distance up the road to Millenium Gloucester hotel to pick up our transfer coach on our day tour to Kent. Arrived at Victoria coach station ( a mad place) where we boarded our coach. Left at 9am passing through Greenwich before arriving at beautiful Leeds Castle at stop round 10.30am. A self guided tour & time to admire ...
... their methods & work & safety etc? The other thing that is amazing is the bloody history of virtually everywhere. Our guide Dominique was like a textbook of knowledge and quite overwhelmed us with stories of battles, murders, beheadings etc, all for what seemed such trivial offences as heresy & being either Catholic or Protestant, in these days of non discrimination. Was the world crazy then, or is it now? I am sure that when I look at my photos that the majority of ...
... this was happening I couldn't do it I don't want to do it and I can't get on that bloody plane. So I rang the strongest woman I know to give me some strength, as soon as my Nanna answered the phone I broke down In tears but all it took was her words of wisdom and her belief in me to spur me on. So on the plane I got and off I went, I navigated Moscow airport all by myself and managed to get to Bangkok in one piece, tired and jet lagged but I'd made it. And there it ...
... place and one that it would be quite easy to sit for a moment or two of solitude (depending on crowds haha).
After the Painted Hall I walked across the road to visit The Queen's House - I hadn't been there last time and I really wanted to see the Tulip Staircase for myself. I loved the Queen's House - it was ...
9th February - Sunday.
We meet up with Bronagh and John, they were taking us to a cafe at Oxlea Woods up on a hill for brunch. We walked through the woods along muddy paths to get there and it was worth it, a great view and a nice meal. Quite a few people there with the same idea, other people out walking their dogs, apparently it was a nice day, a bit cool but the walking warmed you ...