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... our heads smashed in.
We did find a pleasant enough windy path down to the beach - the bit without all the asphalt - with some withered looking desert plants that looked a bit odd in this very northern setting but at least were alive, and some nice flower plantings here and there in council planter boxes.
But the base line is - an old, faded sea port that's past its sell -by date that just fights against any improvement. Which ...
Today we decided to visit another beach. We decided to give Margate a try. It is a town northeast of Ramsgate. We all decided to take the train as a different way to get there & not worry about parking. Judith wanted to take a bus so they did that.The bus & train station were only about a 15 min walk from our holiday house which was nice. We ended up missing the first one we wanted so we waited on the train would need next for the 30 mins until it would ...
... 12 emergency seat of government locations maintained in the event of nuclear war. The most interesting thing about these tunnels is that this is where the evacuation of Dunkirk was planned in May-June of 1940. A lot of injured soldiers, including the unknown solider buried in Westminster Abbey came through Dover Castle.
There is a museum to the Duchess of Wales Regiment here. The museum goes through every British war the regiment has been involved in, which is quite a few. I ...
... her a lot.
Franco is our driver. He's Italian and quiet, but he smiles whenever I take my leap into the coach. It's quite a large step from the ground!
The bus is very comfortable, and since there are so few of us, we all can have our own row to ourselves. So far, whenever Chris sits down in his seat, he passes out almost immediately! He can sleep anywhere. It makes me jealous! Unfortunately, he also hits his head every time he gets into the ...
... in the EAE lounge with a cup of tea and some supplies from a local mobile caterer.
Just before midday we made our decision to go; the clouds had thinned and risen, but not to the expected amount, but good enough. Continuing on the runway heading toward the River Trent we turned south following the eastern bank while contacting Waddington ATC for a transit of the military airspaces on our track. That received, we were fortunate to pass over Navenby, ...
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