St Margaret's Bay Hotel - Park Resorts
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... Maybe being raised in Germany in a very direct and honest environment doesn't make that gap smaller...)
But the government and what they're doing, I cant get myself to like them. England is probably the most orwellian country in the world and it's not only sniffing on its own citizens but also intercepts a lot of inter-european communication and is cabling it directly to the US. Combine that with the fact ...
... getting us up so damned early!! Breakfast at the Terrace Café was impossible – not one open seat, not even on the deck. SO…we went to the Grand Dining room.
WOW….the dining room is ablaze in crystals and sparkle. They keep those Swarovski crystals CLEAN…and the LED lighting doesn’t hurt. Nice. Very, very nice. Breakfast was wonderful and we discussed how to spend our day. We had NO ...
... the M25. Sod’s Law!
We had a lovely evening with our friends and set off for home next morning, having travelled nearly 3700 trouble-free miles through 9 countries using mountain passes and tunnels, auto bahns/routes/stradas, main roads & country lanes whilst negotiating traffic, bicycles, trams and herds of cows. We enjoyed every single minute of it and can’t wait to do it again.
... anything we’ve seen but also familiar somehow. There were tall hedges lining the streets which became small woods, covering the whole road in parts. We didn’t have an address but Ro was confident he would find it. He was right. We arrived in Egerton and within minutes we rounded a corner and he said "we’re here, I know that tree, that’s Court Lodge". Josh and Angelina live next door in Stone Barn. We pulled into the driveway and we were very ...
For the Queen's Diamond Jubilee weekend (60 years since her coronation as Queen of England) we hired a car and joined forces with our fellow foreigner, Bronwyn, for a road trip SE of London. Destination: Kent.
We had a lovely weekend and were thoroughly impressed by Kent’s charm and picturesque English countryside. Kent had countless roadside pullouts of farm shops and ...