The Kings Arms
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We spent most of yesterday and today preparing and filling the Motorhome ready for our 4 week trip. This meant endless trips up and downstairs and in and out of the MH with bedding, towels, clothes etc etc.
Off to Black Horse farm nr Dover tomorrow and then the Tunnel to ...
... or more, departing in April or May this year, and we’ll cover your tips** and give you an All Inclusive Drinks Upgrade FREE** – on top of our Cruise Sale discounts. Selected house wines, selected house spirits, beers and soft drinks are all included all day, every day, along with all your tips too. You can relax knowing that your holiday is exceptional value and almost everything is covered. Offers ...
... your gratuities too* Come with us on a Rock 'n' Roll adventure you won't forget! Born on 8th January 1935, Elvis Aaron Presley would have turned 80 today! Join us to celebrate on board Braemar’s five-night cruise, sailing from Harwich to Aarhus in Denmark. You'll have a great time – on board entertainment will be headlined by two award-winning Elvis tribute acts and you’ll have the opportunity to take a tour to Graceland Randers, ...
... We took off to Queenstown one weekend with Taryn and the boys as well. Jake was up in Auckland for the weekend so it was a chance to get there to have a look. The drive look about 5 hours and we needed to stop every so often to stretch our legs and let the little ones have a run. Of course, stopping at the Wooing Tree vineyard was a bonus and there were so many other famous ones along the way.
Sean had not been to Queenstown before so we were hoping for lots of snow ...
... and the sewage works- not too near! Rather a long stretch of road followed through Throop-- a flour mill there-- to Holdenhurst. The footbridge crossing the very busy road was closed by plastic barriers. These barriers had person-sized holes in them so,pushing our packs and poles through, we wriggled after them. The bridge surface was being renewed and we left our guilty footprints in the glue which ...