Premier Inn Ashford North
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... when it was revealed that our next destination was not London. I was forced by my own men to return home. As far as anyone else knows, I had come back by my own hand. It was demanded of me that I was to make it seem that I gave the order to turn back, as to not get my crew charged with mutiny and executed.
I doubt the Muscovy Company will want to fund my next expedition, but I assure you that my journey is far from over.
... Good old Oliver Cromwell raided here as well and destroyed many of the stained glass windows and looted the silverware as well as destroying any reminder of Thomas Becket. However it has been the home of the Anglicans ever since. There is an exclusive school (King's School) in the grounds. Boys all got up in pin stripe trousers and black jackets. Both girls and boys had those strange collars where the tie shows around the neck and there is a little triangle at the ...
... the inside. It is with a view to this division that some news agencies have taken to murmuring about the possibility of a civil war. The establishment, led by the monarchist Democrats, regards the red-shirt movement as an unwashed rabble in the sway of Mr Thaksin. In fact they are a broad-based response to a broken political system.Mr Suthep may or may not achieve his objective. He is likely to be ruined either way. If he wins, and imposes a ...
... road up to it was enclosed by trees, which only made things more atmospheric than ever. We arrived just before opening time, which meant it was pretty quiet- a bonus really- and we went straight to the Great Tower.
The three of us walked through the exhibit explaining the story of the Angevin Empire- Kings John and Richard of the Robin Hood tale, and how their descendants pretty much destroyed it. Through it all, Dover Castle stood, which is a mark of how good the 11th ...
... good was a presentation of the history of Hever Castle through the centuries, with its various owners (Astor, being the most famous and having the biggest impact on the property). Then there was a display of miniatures houses, again presented in a way which explained how the various reigning monarchs helped to determine the style of each type of dwelling.
This castle attraction was very family-oriented. There were 3 different mazes for the children, ...