Super 8 Chatham
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Steve and I have lived here for 17 years - it is the first home we bought together.
Love the house, the town and the property. 2 Acres of nice wooded land - lots of room for the dogs to roam and creates a park like atmosphere for us to enjoy. House is 2100 sq ft - more space then what 2 people should need but it was the perfect buy for us at the time
... aimlessly through the concourse before finding a very nice helpful porter who pointed me towards the train that would take me to Terminal 1 which was evidently the place I was supposed to be at.
Landed at Terminal one to be met by escalators on either side of me - one going to Section C - the other to Section A & B. Blank look - maybe if I look lost someone might take pity on me - evidently I have ...
... it when taking the cover off the plate. I wasn't the one who was upset - the cabin crew where.....couldn't apologise enough but really - it was just a squashed bit of cake. I asked if they had dropped it - nooo - had someone stuck a finger in it...noooo - so what was the problem. Evidently though it seems that some people in business class would get quite iffy about it - seriously -get a life people - its one bit of cheesecake.
Yesterday (Wednesday) I went out and about with the young ones - thrift shop hopping - OMG 0 I could have done with a shipping container - there was that much stuff I could have bought - even now I think I may need to buy another suitcase. The thrift shops here are MASSIVE (see photo) - a bargain hunters dream.
On the way home called at a coffee shop for Oreol and cream ice drink plus a ...
... the perfect location with no wifi and sites not set up as well as they could be but it has been very relaxing for sure and we even spied turtles at the docks (Denis saw more than me and one big one he says) and fish jumping (most likely the carp that a fisher informed Denis were the fish around the docks-- not good eating as bottom feeders) and geese with lots of goslings.