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... while stopped in traffic. So did a fridge and pantry.While waiting for the strike to end we went to Dover and Canterbury to buy some summer clothes because it is really starting to heat up. The 1st July was the hottest on record here at 39c. We also went to the Battle of Britian Memorial. We couldn't go last time we were here because the Queen was opening a new exhibit there.
On reflection this post was going to be a diatribe against all things Apple and Microsoft and . . . but I won't go on. Boring! Suffice to say that the only way I can type a £ sign is to do it directly on this site. Just no way to do it via Apple>MSC Word. There, I almost started the diatribe anyway!
Now it may be a problem of raised expectations that led to our visit to Stratford being a bit of a ...
... to tell us something so we decided to shorten our trip, returning to a wet and, very windswept England.
Since getting back to the UK gales have been hitting the south coast of the country causing widespread flooding and storm damage in many places. Fortunately we came through unscathed although our building shook a few times with the crashing waves.
It seems that the weather has been our downfall wherever we have turned this year - just have to hope ...
... buy me!"
Tired and dry we stopped at "home" and went to the room for a quick rest, catch up....I think I am starting to sound like an author!
Tonight we walked around, met a bartender from Atlanta who has been travelling from Poland to Scotland to Britain, ate mexican, I had too many Margaritas, back to the room, watched some TV and crashed so we can wake up tomorrow for our next adventure along this beautiful coastline! How lucky are we as Canadians! Sometimes I get ...
... has always had a big influence on the countries rulers. One of them, Thomas Becket, displeased Henry ll by excommunicating some Bishops who had crowned the King in his place. The King is rumoured to have said "Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest" (but that has never been proved) and 4 of his Knights hearing this, and believing that the King wanted him dead, killed Becket ...