The Townhouse Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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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 ...
... cop dramas or soapies. My initial impression when I stepped out of St Pancras was that it reminded me of Melbourne in a way. Walking down those side streets quickly dispelled that and I felt like I was on strangely familiar ground.
Thanks to some timely assistance, I was able to find a Vodafone store to obtain simcards for my mobile and tablet - I am now mobile again. I had a really nice long chat with the sales girl in ...
... were stripped, and thus Roman arches and other architecture are all that is left. We came back to ship in time for dinner of risotto, grilled sea bass, potatoes and stewed spinach. Dessert was chocolate creeps. After dinner, we had announcements and met the crew members. The captain's family built the boat, the is bartender, waiter, purser, etc., their is a mother and son as chefs, and two sailors, who work the docking, and many other things. Tony does the announcements ...
... we walked back up towards London Bridge we stopped off at "The Anchor Hotel" - the oldest pub in London, where we had a cider and beer then continued on our merry way towards London Bridge. The London Bridge Experience is a tongue in cheek walk through London Bridge's past all the way back to Roman times. Due to Nick's height he was an easy target and got pick out of the crowd and had to call out if he saw any ...
... and 45 minutes I arrived in East Grinstead. Laurie arrived and drove me down to their new home where Bethan was busy fixing some lunch. More big reunion hugs were in order. Bethan, Jonquil and I had been great friends at Trinity College of Music, Bethan and Jonquil both being singers whilst I was an organist. (Trinity, you remember was also where I met my violinist friend, Cyndy). As I recall, Jonquil, being from London, sometimes had to translate for me as ...