Mercure Hythe Imperial Hotel & Spa
Travel Blogs from Hythe
18. Write a travel blog ✅ (your are reading it!)
19. Visit the outback in Australia
20. Go on a sleeper train
21. Fly first class
22. Stay in a tree house
23. Watch a meteor shower
24. Own a tortoise
25 Do a taster menu
26. Go on the euro star
27. Go on the orient express
28. Get married
29. Bake a cake from scratch
30. Go on a yacht for a night
... opportunity. I believe that remote working will become commonplace in the next 50 years and that we're just moving with the times. I hope it works, but If doesn't it will be a lesson learned, which is no bad thing. I've also been accepted onto a Masters Degree in Medical Physics at UCL (by distance learning). I'm passionate about physics and applications in medicine will give me an opportunity to try something ...
... where we wandered round the awe-inspiring Cathedral. Of course we have seen pictures of it, and have 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 France. ...
... seats next to us. He points to the poster on the wall with Southeast Trains' contact details on and suggests we write to them. Oh we will, and Coman will take great delight in using official notepaper citing his job title as head of publicity for a national tourist board! Let's see how they deal with that...
Pampered first world whingeing aside, (to be honest, we feel like idiots for having even bothered to upgrade on a pretty short journey), our journey passes ...
... then" and "now" which were interesting. two of the rooms have been transformed to museums, but these were so crowded that we didn’t linger. One had Churchill’s gifts and awards while the other held a variety of his uniforms. We talked briefly to the docent in the bedroom, and he had some interesting stories. We learned that Mrs. Churchill wanted nothing but pale flowers (preferably white) in the house, and that the wall around the ...