Premier Inn Maidstone (A26/Wateringbury) Hotel
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Thursday night we picked Kallie up from the train station, which was slightly confusing because we couldn't get ahold of her to know when/where to meet her. But she found us and all was well. Friday we showed her around campus and the park, which was nice, and we did tarot and played games that night. I brought her back to the train station Saturday morning so she could ...
... we have seen several times ..especially one roundabout, but we figured it was good that we got to see it at different times of day as well as the night...lol We didn't get home till after 2200hrs, hence today's sleep in. Slept in till 0700hrs today, then it was a mad rush to get to breakfast..but we missed Bill & Barb as they are early risers... Another good feed to start the day. A team meeting in the Goddard room and it was decided that our ...
Yesterday I took a trip to my mom's home town, Matlock. Located in Derbyshire the region is called the Peak District and it is well known for hills and dales. It's about a 2-hour train trip one way from London, St. Pancras to Derby, then Derby to Matlock. Matlock is the county seat of Derbyshire and has about 30,000 people living in ...
... After breakfast, we took the Tube (Ahhh!) to St. Paul's Cathedral. How amazing! I was truly taken away by the beauty of the building, both inside and out. As we journeyed through the Cathedral, a prayer service began, and everyone in the building joined in The Lord's Prayer. I'm sure saying this prayer in Rome is breath taking, but this was just as spiritually renewing. Even more was the organ. 7,000 pipes and 1,000 pedals; Felix Mendelssohn and Handel played ...
When we arrived in London and we went into our apartment, the owners showed us around and we found a wardrobe full of baby toys, books and board games.
And we found Monopoly. I have heard of it but never played it and my whole family played it. It was so much fun.
I came second and my sister came first, she owned everything on the board except 3 that I owned but I lost. The game lasted until about 11:00pm.