The Conningbrook Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to spent about 10 minutes in the cold wind cleaning the clay out of the tread of our shoes.
We drove the next 30 minutes into Battle but no-one (except Dad) was interested in the Battle of Hasting with William the Conqueror so it turns out to be a "drive-by" of the Abbey built on the site. So it was onto Leeds Castle with the interesting points along the way being the picturesque villages and flooded road that GPS navigation app took us down. It was very expensive to get tickets ...
... of fruits and veg being grown. Also had a croquet lawn, formal flower garden surrounding a lawn and other assorted gardens. Had afternoon tea here, just lovely in such a nice setting. Inside the manor was all oak panelling, high ceilings and some huge fireplaces. Rooms not overly large, but grand all the same. Friday 19th September A big day today. Said farewell to our little cottage and set out fairly early in the fog for Canterbury, about two hours away. Stopped on the way ...
... proceeded to decapitate the 17 year old, hack off his limbs, attempt to burn him and finally buried everything in a reasonably shallow grave in a field opposite the college library. It's said that the two presumed-murderers were overheard in the weeks leading up to the murder 'jokingly' discussing plans to kill their friend as they were finding him increasingly annoying.
... in the world, Bushy’s average attendance is a staggering 1,000 runners!! A flat, unintimidating course with pacemakers on hand to guide you to your optimum finishing time, this is a parkrun you must give a go!
Before starting my blog I completed:-
Bedfont Lakes Parkrun – 18
Bushy parkrun - 4
Frimley Lodge parkrun -1
Kingston parkrun - 1
Black Park parkrun - 1
... Perhaps we should go back and look for it.”
There’s a garbage truck parked nearby. I’m sure that the driver will know where it is, but he looks at me blankly. No. He has never heard of Marc Chagall, nonetheless he tells us that there is a little church back about half a mile.
We return the way we have come, but still see no signs of a church. We stop to ask a farmer ...