Premier Inn Canterbury North/Herne Bay
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... the 900’s. The head of Sir Thomas More is supposedly buried in the Roper Vault under the floor - Roper being the married name of More’s daughter, Margaret. That is also the church where King Henry II took off his shoes and left his cloak and began his barefoot penance walk to Canterbury cathedral to atone for having Beckett killed.
We also visited the Pilgrim’s hospital, which was built in 1180 to provide housing and food for ...
... present at check in is quite a feat in itself. This year the Skipper decided that overnight stay in Gatwick would be a good idea so that the children can be herded up at check-in time. (5:10 am) Most children do not know that 5:10 exists unless they happen to have not gone to bed the night before. (Richard I know what you do...........)
Anyway as plans progress I will update you all.
... to avoid the M25 traffic jams. We eventually got home about 9.30pm.
We have driven about 1200 miles since we left home, 980 of those in France.
We spent around 250 euros on fuel, 284 euros on site fees, 300 euros on food and incidentals, so managed to bring some money back home out of our 1200 euros original budget. We enjoyed nearly every minute of the trip and would certainly do it again.
... of shops. Kelly and I had our last farewell tea time together in an Italian bistro after class and then tried a meringue because I had never had one. They were different, not sure I'm a huge fan. Upon returning to the train station we met a family walking to pick up their eldest son from school because it was his birthday. His younger brother Michael said he was "nearly 5" and he ...
... had a ball. Carys got very into it and was super excited. We weren't expecting that sort of reaction but it was lovely to see. I was over the moon to the see the tomb and vestments of the Black Prince and the Chapel of Edward the Confessor.
But most of all, both Chelle and I were speechless when being in the room where ...