Smiths Court Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we hopped on an early morning train out of Cambridge with our folding bikes, in search of some adventure in Dover! We have heard this is the most impressive Castle in England and of course everyone has seen pictures of the White Cliffs! It took a few hours with a train change in London to get there. But we were lucky enough to catch fast trains every time!
We arrived in Dover with big plans to ride our bikes up to the castle then to the Cliffs but ...
... 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 ...
... scenery in the middle of the road. Keep in mind they drive on the, not "wrong", but "other" side of the road.
11. The school supplies store sells more alcohol than notebooks. Honey I'm hoooome.
Side note to those who know me, and know me well. I still get social anxiety in grocery stores so that's not country specific.
After visiting a fascinating museum exhibit of the Princess of Wales Royal Regiment, We cross the quadrangle, buffeted by wind and rain, to the main building.
Between 2007 and 2009, English Heritage spent £2.45 million on recreating the castle's interior, and the furnishings now look much as they did in the ...
... airfields, both in current use and from the days of WWII, the Cathedral is home to three chapels dedicated to the armed forces. The chapel for the RAF contains, amongst other artefacts, a bench/pew in memory of the 1,140 airmen from Australia, and a stained glass window honouring 200 from New Zealand, who had given their lives in the many bombing missions flown from the local airfields. Visiting this was a more poignant moment for us as we fondly ...