Oakwood House Hotel
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... Sheerness, loaded with explosives. It was deemed to be too close to Sheerness to blow up the cargo safely without damaging the town.
Maybe it is not too late after all.
[It appears that the SS Rickie Dude is being held up as a brilliant excuse for not building the next London airport here, in case the whole shebang should go bang. Seems like a very convenient excuse, to me. Blow up the whole place then build the airport. Sorted.]
The northern coastline of the Isle ...
... it back to our room at the B&B for a late lunch.
Claudia went down to read in the quiet back garden while I rested inside. Later we went to the White Horse pub for some excellent curried chicken that was big enough for us to share, and some pints to quench our thirst. Back to our room, we reviewed our plans for a day trip to Headcorn by bus the next day.
DAY 4 IN MAIDSTONE - May 25, 2012 - DAY TRIP TO ...
Up and at them! We got up early to a lovely London morning. Wrong. It was rainy and a beautiful misty fog was hanging around. The shuttle collected us from our hotel to drop us to another coach for the day tour. After a little confusion and a number of pushy tourists we made our way onto our coach ready for the tour to begin. We travelled to Windsor to visit the beautiful Windsor Castle. A short walk up the hill to the castle and we were in the grounds. ...
... feel something, bring emotions to the the surface, evoke, provoke, titillate, anger, entertain, sadden, make people happy, make them dance, make them smile, make them cry, make them shudder when you hit a note just so, shake your head at where the heck did that super cool phrasing come from. Amy did all that with me and I mourn because she will no more.
I think when you're young you think you're immortal. not in the literal sense but more in ...
Landed around 7am. Jumped in the car (I almost got in on the "driver's side" :P) and did a drive tour of London. We passed by Parliament, Museums, and traffic came to a halt when we were in front of the Palace and ended up watching the switching of guards.
Swung by the Royal Parks Observatory and took a Thames River Ferry Tour from Canary Wolfe to the Eye of London ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking