Mercure Hythe Imperial Hotel & Spa
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... there after is up-in-the-air, but we'll cross that bridge when we need to! For the time being this blog can hopefully create a permanent log of my trip (I'm an awful photo taker), whilst also keeping various family members and friends up to date with my doings and reassuring them that I am okay!! I will try and keep it up to date every few days based on internet connection and how much fun I am having! See you on the other side! ...
... to Canterbury, where we wandered round the awe-inspiring Cathedral. Of course we have seen pictures of it, and had heard it is magnificent, but we still weren't prepared for the scale and the splendour. Not to mention the history. 4 of us had lunch outside an old pub within sight of the gates, and just drank in the sights. Oh and a beer.
Our camp tonight is on the south coast, only about half an hour from Dover, from where we will depart tomorrow on the ferry for ...
... I hear it said that there is a lot of Churches and Castles in England, I feel we need to add a lot of war history to that list.
Back home, Russ met and chatted to our Ozzie neighbors while Margaret and I watched the DVD. Then it was dinner and bed, it was still day light at nine pm, we have a big day tomorrow.
Love from Sue, Russ and Margaret, who I have forgotten in the last few ...
... and headed for Salisbury youth hostel. Salisbury is a lovely city and is dominated by the Cathedral. After a good night's sleep we got going early and walked to the Cathedral. It is a truly imposing building, and dates from the 11th century. Fantastic carvings and huge stained glass windows add to the feel of grandeur.
We read the guidebook and were surprised to find that the Charterhouse of the Cathedral houses one of the four remaining original copies of ...
... afternoon was to visit Canterbury Cathedral but we stopped for a lunch time pint first in The Old Buttermarket.
The cathedral grounds are entered through an old gateway and as usual, one end if he cathedral was clad in scaffolding hiding the Great South window from view. The layout of a double cross was unusual as was the way it was organised over three levels. The tomb of The Black Prince was recognisable from ...