Ramada Encore Chatham
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... happens only every second day, so we will leave that for tomorrow morning. We headed for the bus stop, following the directions of the man at reception. That was our first mistake. His directions left a lot to be desired and we ended up a fair way from where we were supposed to be, but we managed to find the bus stop ourselves. Soon Graham Kennedy appeared and handed us a map and asked us to choose any attractions we wanted to see and he would give us discounted tickets ...
... and quite interesting. There was even a statue of the
inventor of the bicycle, Sir Walter Raliegh (:
From the museum, Nicky very generously treated us to a
genuine English Pub lunch. Awesome……..from where we walked up the hill that
overlooks the village from where one can see virtually the whole of London
City. A stunning view.
We have all heard of Greenwich Mean Time ...
... going around the local streets. We found a nice pub to have breakfast in because although we were travelling for nearly 20 hours we gained 6 hours from our westward travel. We got an early check in to our hotel and promised ourselves just a 30 minute nap. 7 hours later we woke up and went to an Indian restaurant for dinner. It was lovely and we now have a new appreciation for Rowan Atkinson's skit on the topic. We settled into our hotel room ready to start our tour the following ...
... times it started to make me feel sick. the next stop was the love lock bridge. so many locks on this bridge you would think its going to collapse soon. i didnt have a love but i defintly put my lock on the bridge with my name ingraved in it. off to the next stop.
notre dame de paris is a huge church. we go to look in it quickly but didnt have much time to look ...
... cross the city in all directions. We luckily had fine weather again making for great viewing and photos. We were on the wheel for quite a while which was great.
Once down we headed over to the Tower of London, grabbing the good old Fish n Chips before going in.
There was plenty to see and a lot of history, from Kings chambers, to prison cells, to ...