Premier Inn Ashford Central
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Well after over a year since first discussed, the tickets ahve been brought to go to the Big Apple and Debbie and I wil be off on the 7th March 2015. There have been a couple of hicups that shouldnt be shared but all sorted now and the plannign and can start in earnest.
Shall we do this, or shall we do that we have both ...
... and you can see to the top of the bell tower inside, about the same height again. The choir is quite separated from the nave by a beautifully carved screen, built in the 1450's with the organ on top. There was a two second delay for the music to reach the nave, so they now have a booster organ in the nave that has eliminated this. Must have been quite disconcerting! Today the daily service is held in the choir stalls with participants facing each other and to overcome this sense ...
... who registers each runner's time as they finish, a barcode scanner, who scans runners' personal barcodes and finishing chips and a finish token provider, who hands out finishing chips to each runner as they cross the line.
Every event has a 'volunteer' page, with the same basic information about how to get involved as a volunteer, as well as crediting those who have made the effort in the most recent week. The parkrun website ...
... one, but it was well cooked and the red cabbage and apple sauce were delicious.
Going home we diverted through Tunbridge Wells for a few groceries (not much Sunday shopping here), and drove back along the small roads to Hollingbourne. Kent has always been know as a hop growing area, and in this area ...
-We both took a mosquito net each and only used it once. Mostly everywhere we stayed had mosquito nets up already so we didn't need to use ours. If you plan on going to very remote places I would take one, if travelling in a couple take 1 large net between you.
-A flashlight/torch with spare batteries or bulbs.
-String is always handy when wanting to tie things together like mosquito nets, washing lines, packing clothes together. We also took ...