Smiths Court Hotel
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We set off again - into a stronger wind now and walked briskly to the Viking ship about 45 mins further on, again staying on the clifftops. We then turned and retraced our steps, dropping down onto the seafront as soon as we could and walked all the way back on the seafront and beach, including a closer look at teh sandy Broadstairs beach and harbour before heading back to ...
... us which have been worth their weight in gold for communicating as we drive along. From tiny narrow lanes to 8 and sometimes 10 lane motorways there are always little callenges as we head down towards Canterbury and Dover.
After watching the sunset over the boats in the little village where we stayed last night we wandered down the road and found some interesting house boats used as permanent ...
... park had then delivered us directly outside our hotel, which could not have been easier. Now in reverse it was just as straightforward and within minutes we were heading out of the city.
The aim was to buy beer and wine.
You would not believe how difficult this mission proved to be! We headed towards the coast as we had plenty of time and it was bound to prove a more pleasant drive than sticking to the main roads.
Well, I guess it ...
... has to get out of the cities to find it. 5. English food has come a long way! The only bad meal I had was at a fancy Italian place in Bath. 6. The British Rail system is awesome! 7. I would need 6 months minimum to feel that I had even begun to "see" England. 8. Pack light....I did not this time! 9. It is never too late to travel, but I wish I could have been doing this earlier in my life. Note to my students....if travelling is something you want to, plan a career that allows you ...
... lovely little town, with a sandy beach and pleasant streets. Glenn
was delighted to see a blue roundel, celebrating the home of
Oliver Postgate, the inventor and writer and voice of some
of his favourite children's programmes, including Noggin the Nog,
Ivor the Engine and the Clangers.
Went on to Whitstable in the afternoon which is a beautiful town with a
lovely working harbour and bustling High Street.