Spencer Court Hotel
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... the shower block. That was an experience I'm not likely to forget in a hurry. More yoga moves to get clothes off (and then on again) without touching the wet stall floor. I was just glad that there were doors on most of the shower stalls. The water ran lukewarm for about 90 seconds and I think I had to press restart about 10 times to get a decent shower. Obviously I'm not cut out for prison life- not fond of dorm style sleeping or communal showers.
By the time we get ...
Today we decided to start off our stay in Ramsgate with a trip to their beach which was about a mile from the rental house. Mr had a bit of trouble sleeping so he got up a bit early but Jon was able to get him back into bed for a bit. Unfortunately our bed is not very good with it creaking every single time either one of us rolls over in bed. The traffic also was really easy to hear through the windows as well since our room was ...
... and watching the water. After an hour and a half we docked in Calais. Just like that, we were in France! Everything is so close together here. It's really amazing to us, like traveling between states!
As we walked to the passenger exit, we gathered with the rest of our tour group. In all, there are sixteen of us, so it's a relatively small group which is very nice. It's easy to talk to everyone. We all waited and waited for the door to open, but ...
... Tim Holt to have a few beers with Mes and Sim. After some great brews we went back to Mes and Sim's place to have some carry out and more great beers before hitting the hay for the night. We got a great nights sleep and headed back to Ramsgate and to the Gadd's home.
Eddie whipped us up some great curry and fresh hopped IPA for dinner. We took an afternoon to train out to Burwash to visit our friend Fiona and her ...
... his head out from behind the building and flags me down. Little naive me thinks "ah.. immigration.. wnats to see my passport." So i slow down give him my passport and wait condidenetly. "I don't need that.. do you know what the speed limit is in the port?"
"am... 30??" says I.
"Nope.. 20. Do you know what speed you were doing?"
Slightly more incredulouly I say.. "am.. I have no idea."
"27mph.. did you not see the signs? (I am ...