TripAdvisor Reviews Somerville Hotel Margate
Travel Blogs from Margate
... br> By the time we got back we had covered nearly 13.5 miles and could feel it in the legs by then and were ready for a cup of tea and a sit down!
Had a lazy evening - cooked (well heated a ready meal) at Margaret's - shredded lamb tagiatelle, with a nice bottle of red followed up with Nick's home make meringues with whipped cream we had brought down as they are Margaret's favourite Nick creation.
... br> This afternoon Mandy took us on a mystery tour into Margate to something she said would either be a Wow moment or a fizzer. It was definitely a WOW. We wound our way through tiny streets to Grotto Hill which was impassable for the motorhomes and extremely steep. Parking was again an issue but some sweet talking by Geoff to the owner of a small business and we had it sussed. We walked up the steep road to a ...
... that coastline is really nothing to write home about. The beach was on our right, long and backed by a massive sand dune which runs the length of the beach, blotting out any possible views. Overlooking this is a strip of holiday flats allowing not even the tiniest glimpse of the sea between them.
How a people who built cities as beautiful as Bruges are now content to build such boring buildings is a mystery to me. Whereas once they built with ...
... and the time to do it. If I had the money, time would not be such an issue. 10. "The world is a book. He who does not travel has read but one page." I do not know who said that but he is right on the money! My top 10 sites / events 10. Thames River Cruise 9. Leeds Castle 8. Canterbury Cathedral 7. Madd Maxx tour 6. Macbeth at The Globe 5. The Tower of London 4. The British Museum 3. Westminster Abbey 2. St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle 1. Hampton Court Palace I do not want to leave ...
... week we travel to East Sussex, staying near Hastings and Battle on a
site called Norman's Bay. At this rate Glenn will be storming the
beach in full armour and chain mail before the weeks out. He tells me
when he was a child he wasn't allowed to watch sword fighting films
or programmes as he used to re-enact them in his sleep. I'll let you
know whether he's been consigned to sleep(fight) in the awning next
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