Premier Inn Margate
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... Owl works the casino. A pleasant young woman with glasses as thick as coke bottles and very, very large and round covering a good part of her face. Each time we see her she I standing at her table looking out, no one playing, and she just looks on, Like an Owl. No hooting though. Gene, Chuck, Joyce and Eileen meet us in the Ocean Bar most afternoons for a drink and a laugh. The Yankees, self named, are from Illinois and Pennsylvania and are great fun. Dennis, Constance, Chris ...
... pen with which to write... We are now on the road, having hired a car. We intend on driving from Margate along the South coast to Lands End, Cornwall. From there, we will drive up to see the Doctor or Captain Jack in Cardiff, up through the Lakes District to Scotland to meet Nessie. Anyhoo, will keep you all informed as to our next adventures. Talk again soon. Take care everyone. Love you all. Adventures so hard to come by. If you ever come back, just drop back. One Perfect ...
... m actively in love with England.
This is a country in which:
1. People love rain, because it gives them a reason to be depressed.
2. Depression is a sport.
3. People love sandwiches. And the sandwiches love them back.
4. People pre-game to Zeppelin and The Smiths.
5. Everyone is a musician. And if they're of the sliver of ...
... and drizzle. At Dover we encounter a roaring gale and just drive through this rather unprepossessing port town. It's the closest town to the European continent, just 21 miles (34 kms.), and the coast of France can be seen from the cliff tops on a clear day (certainly not today!). Our destination is Dover Castle.
If you have ...
Thursday 08 September 2011. A chance to visit Lincoln, a city we have been to on previous occasions but only scratched the surface of. During the morning Patrick's Sister Jane drove us towards the famous Cathedral and we parked in the Eastgate district just a short walk from the impressively buttressed Chapter House. Finding a parking place had been an issue, and we found out that the reason was a University graduation ceremony due to take place in the Cathedral ...