The Marine Hotel
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... car with the only incident being Jessamy taking a slip down a muddy hill.
It took a while to find a hotel to stay in nearby - there are not many that have suitable configurations for 6 people. Eventually we found the Grange Manor which was like a set of two story houses joined together with a large dining hall added on the back. We decided to go out for a cheaper meal but couldn't really find something on a Sunday night in an unfamiliar town. We ended up eating in a restaurant ...
... seafood restaraunt - it is thriving in many ways as seaside resort with out a kiss me quick hat in sight. The Harbour is great, get there at 9am on a Saturday morning for the catch the fisherman can't sell to be sold at rock bottom prices to savvy customers.
We are staying in Tankerton, just off its slopes. It is very peacful with great views of the Thames Estuary, taking in Seasalter, Oare, Shellness and other places on the ...
... and Needle for the flight is ready....that is it. Got the Lonely Planet book and read it so much, but still do not know where to start. Think I'm just going to pack everything I can into my suitcase and see where it takes me... Going to be weird saying goodbye to my Family, especially after getting so close to them all again. Don't know what I'd do without them. <3 The one thing I am most apprehensive about is the life saving ...
Our day started with a bit of a lay-in watching the news footage of the snow fall across the south of England. Canterbury had remained clear and the light dusting from the night before had all but vanished.
We wandered out into town a little after ten o'clock and headed straight for The Canterbury Tales Visitor Attraction, a walk-through audio tour telling some of the tales of Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. It was very engaging and left me with the urge to read ...
... the span of about 7 minutes! That was the entire parade. It was one of those things where you had to be there and just nod and say, okay that was interesting. Definitely, a great experience of a culture difference though.
So we got back from the parade and fed the kids- and I mean that in the literal sense in that it was kinda like herding them all and kinda throwing food at them lol. Then the kiddies were all washed up and put away in the pack and plays upstairs and ...