Premier Inn Dover - A20
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Met more vehicles at Thurrock services and off again in to the sunset to Dover. Had a briefing about the 6:35am meet tomorrow morning for the ferry. Meal and now time for some shut eye, tomorrow promises to be a long and tiring day!!
... REALLY talks that way, really uses those phrases I have only read in books or maybe seen in a movie once in awhile. I heard someone ask for brown sauce. All sorts of English slang that you sort of figured must have died out ages ago. We were sitting at dinner one night at the hotel and there was an older lady, bit frowsy, and a younger man, quite handsome at the next table. They were, I figured out, talking about blocking for a play, and the relationships ...
... getting us up so damned early!! Breakfast at the Terrace Café was impossible – not one open seat, not even on the deck. SO…we went to the Grand Dining room.
WOW….the dining room is ablaze in crystals and sparkle. They keep those Swarovski crystals CLEAN…and the LED lighting doesn’t hurt. Nice. Very, very nice. Breakfast was wonderful and we discussed how to spend our day. We had NO ...
... almost everything else swarming with midges. We had been warned that parts of Scotland possessed these pesky things however we had not come across them, until now!
Quickly we came to hate them as they buzzed our eyes and entered our noses, bit our faces, hands and necks. It was agreed that malaria infested mosquitoes would be easier to deal with as would flies at an Australian outback barbeque.
It was decided that a fairly rapid ...
... time on at each stop just for finding a park and walking to and from the places we want to visit.
We visited Dover Castle, the greatest medieval fortress in England. Built by Henry II in the 1180s and subsequently adapted over the next 800 years to meet the demands of various kings and wars, it has been garrisoned uninterruptedly until 1958, a record equalled only by the Tower of London and Windsor Castle.