Travelodge Tunbridge Wells
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... the time wrong. That was enough for today back home, Tea, showers and bed.
26th May - Monday
It is a Bank Holiday again today, the caravan park is pretty full, lots of tents and guess what? it is raining. It rained all last night and hasn't stopped, I'm glad we are in Winston and not a tent.
Today is a big day, we are off to Lingfield, to find John Hochee. Margaret printed out all ...
... done the rounds tasting everything trying to decide what to select for lunch we were full! So we dragged Brad shopping to the famous Oxford circus. Afterwards we headed home for nibbles and then headed to a vietnamese byo, all five of us. Saturday Brad and I met up with my stepbrother Adam in Hyde Park for lunch. We walked around checking out Princess Diana's memorial which was cooler than all the memorials we have seen so far. We went to say hi to Harry at the Kensington ...
... symmetry (something I love in architecture). The Tulip Staircase itself was kind of a let down to be honest - it was a lot smaller than I thought it was after seeing photos of it... until I saw my photos! It was amazing and probably one of my favourite photos of the trip! The Queen's House also has a small art gallery on it's upper floors which was worth a visit.
... most of our time laying by the pool in
our amazing resort and if we weren't laying by the pool we were chilling out on
the resorts private beach or in our room. The Sands Resort was amazing and
offered heaps of water sports as part of the package, so we snorkelled, water
skied, kayaked and paddle boated pretty much whenever we wanted. We also went
swimming with dolphins twice (the second time we were out there for an hour or
so and it was probably the ...
... the auto electrician is a very friendly guy and very helpful. Russ found and bought a CD/Radio from an Op shop for £10, the tape player that was in Winston was a bit worse for wear, he doesn't enjoy my singing and it is easier to buy CD's from Op shops than tapes. We needed to get more cigarette lighters put in, the battery controller checked and the CD player put in, again not having the right tools makes life a bit harder. ...