The Bell Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We are now staying with Craig's relatives in Hythe, Kent for a couple of days. Today we spent the day at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park and had a great time. We especially loved the big cats, gorillas and baboons. The park is in a great location overlooking the English Channel and the animals have great places to ...
... I hear it said that there is a lot of Churches and Castles in England, I feel we need to add a lot of war history to that list.
Back home, Russ met and chatted to our Ozzie neighbors while Margaret and I watched the DVD. Then it was dinner and bed, it was still day light at nine pm, we have a big day tomorrow.
Love from Sue, Russ and Margaret, who I have forgotten in the last few ...
... much more suited for all th oldies who clearly ruled the roost. So much so that there were several of those motorised scooters parked up as if they were cars. The streets are so thin however that a lot of these were quite difficult to get around. They would just stop and park where ever they wanted. We ended up doing a few loops around the main town centre to work out where we should stop and then to find a park. ...
... and went for a walk for a few kms along the cliffs. We were really amazed by how busy the port is and how quickly the ferries turn around, and also by the huge cracks near the edge of the cliffs. The cracks were very deep and quite unnerving.
Old: HMS Warrior at about 150 years;
Older: the Magna Carta written and enacted in the 12th century; and
Oldest: the Battle of Hastings site at Battle, dating to 1066.
Bye for now,
Alan and Nise
... windows displaying finery.
As we took a wander in Amesbury the sky blackened. It was a stark background for viewing the lovely old bridge over the River Avon. In the nearby Norman Church of SS Mary and Melor we walked up the path flanked by daffodils. Inside we spoke to a volunteer warden who told us she has relatives in Australia. As in the ...