Premier Inn Dover - A20
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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!!
Everything was white with frost for our last full day. It was freezing cold, so luckily the shower block was heated. We had a lovely journey along the levee of the Loire as far as Amboise, when we turned north towards Chartres. The ...
... walk from Porthcurno to Lands End. It is a three mile walk that takes four hours as it follows the coast line from waters’ edge, up cliff face, down again, across rolling hills until you reach the wonderfully tacky tourist centre at lands end. A fine Cornish pasty or Cornish ice-cream can be consumed before the three mile walk back to Porthcurno. Along the road it takes just about an hour.
Thanks to Tiffany we were able to re-connect ...
... to how to park! and there is a distinct lack of personality, especially this one with signs saying no skate boards, no balls, and any biking has to one way on the one way road. There are plenty of caravans but the people all seem to be inside with no groups chatting. However it is nice getting back to toilets with seats and all the other comforts we expect to find. Maybe the Kiwis will liven things up ...
... during the Cold War a nuclear bomb shelter was put in place for Regional Seats of Government.
Saturday was a big day at the castle. With Easter weekend and a Bank Holiday on Monday, it was packed with families. We visited the hospital, command center, and medieval castle. Everything is staged according to its time and everything is kid friendly. Lucian would have loved it!
I've always wanted ...