Premier Inn Folkestone - Channel Tunnel
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After visiting a fascinating museum exhibit of the Princess of Wales Royal Regiment, We cross the quadrangle, buffeted by wind and rain, to the main building.
Between 2007 and 2009, English Heritage spent £2.45 million on recreating the castle's interior, and the furnishings now look much as they did in the ...
... project obviously planned as luxury seaside condominiums, but now just a vacant lot surrounded by wooden barriers, poignantly covered with paintings depicting better times.
We continue on by way of Broadstairs and Margate, scene of Mods and Rockers street fights in the 60s. Neither town attracts our interest, and we are back in Lenham ...
... city, one of the principal tourist attractions of Britain, so empty on a Sunday morning. Makes for great photos though, and we enjoy coffee in an almost deserted Starbucks.
At 10:30 we approach Christ Church Gate again and are ushered inside the cathedral. Onlookers wonder if we are visiting VIPs or something. I guess it never occurred to them to visit the cathedral during ...
... advice is expedient.
It’s easy to find our way to Maidstone, but difficult to navigate the city streets. One false turn ends us up in the paid parking lot for the neighbouring shopping precinct. Not to worry. As well as getting our supplies at the supermarket, we also get to tour the rather scruffy mall.
When we get ...
... corner to claim our car. Inside the sparse office two Middle Eastern gentlemen greet us, one tapping away on his small computer.
“Yes, I have your booking here. I have very nice car for you. Nice red Vauxhall Astra, but for few dollars more we upgrade you to a splendid Vauxhall Insignia.”
“Thanks, but the red Astra is fine.”
On signing the contract I’m surprised to find ...