The Bell Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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I will be in Kent for work this week. Kent is the county in which the towns of Sandwich and Ramsgate belong. I am staying in Sandwich and working in Ramsgate. We came in late last night but I could tell right away that the town of Sandwich was still a very old town. The hotel I am staying in, The Bell, was built in the 1700s. Looking out of the …
Last night I died as soon as my head hit the pillow and I did not stir till 7am. Good breakfast although Derek is restricted due to 'the runs'. Picked up for golf at 9 and driven about 15 minutes to Princes Golf Club. Newer clubhouse as old one burnt down. Very friendly. Hit off about 10 and it was a bit of a struggle at first as we were a four between two threes and we could not keep up so we let the second three through and then relaxed a bit. ...
Sandwich! The home of Sandwiches! We went to Sandwich to do one thing. I never knew there was an actual place called Sandwich. Imagine being able to say you live in Sandwich. Guess what we did? We ate a sandwich in sandwich? It was a very good sandwich too.
We arrived in Sandwich and immediately got confused by the tiny one way street system. It's clearly an old town not designed for cars in the slightest and ...
... is the only place that has sent me a sort of 'dos and don'ts' list (although they don't call it that) before I actually got there. I can understand why they do this - and I can see that it stops wwoofers having false expectations - but it just seemed a bit over the top to me. They also stated that they do not give wwoofers lunch at the weekends, as they assume that the wwoofers will be off sightseeing (in December?!). Again, I understand why they do this, but it just seemed ...
... gentleman appeared from nowhere (= a little hidden path leading onto the pavement) almost bumping into her, looking somewhat alarmed he commented loudly: 'Are you all right?' and hurried on. We almost collapsed laughing especially as she is the one who insists she never uses this particular body function.
We must have been a sight, four sisters, well past sell-by date, gasping for air, doubled up with laughter. We stumbled into a souvenir shop where this guy was ...