Travelodge Canterbury Chaucer Central
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... he set about 'dissolving' the catholic monasteries and abbeys, which meant demolishing them and selling off the materials to fund the King's warfare endeavours against France and Scotland. There are some ruins at Canterbury Cathedral which are the remains of what was the monastery where the monks lived. The most emotional moment for me was when I walked down and then up a short flight of steps and suddenly realised that the stone steps were so uneven because monks, ...
... and I'm back with an observation (since I'm just about to settle down and watch my fourth movie). I'm going to be watching The A Team which has Liam Neeson in it. I've just watched Unknown...with Liam Neeson in it and when I went to New York in April I watched Taken 3 with Liam Neeson in it and I've watched Taken 2 on a plane before. Apart from Love Actually, I don't think I can remember watching another Liam Neeson movie when not on a plane, so why are they always shown on ...
... and ninety minutes of uninspiring views later, we arrive in Whitstable. Following both the signs for the harbour, and our fellow passengers who all seem to know where they're going, we wander along the streets until we come to the quays, which aren't particularly picturesque, featuring huge mounds of rock, salt and sand piled high and being loaded onto a ship.
However, along one side stretches an array of black-wood beach huts dubbed Whitstable Harbour ...
... quickly notice that prices in this part of the world are really something. Dinner cost me $30!
The next morning I took a walk under the white cliffs...check that box. Then it was a ride on the ferry over to Calais, France and a stay in the hostel there for two nights. A couple bikers were on the ferry with me; they were headed to Brussels from near London (~200 miles), and trying to do it all in a 24 hour period. See, there are crazier people than me!
... of which I will detail in the next entry.
So, briefly as I failed the gray matter test - we went and spent a weekend down in Kent with my sister in law and brother in law. A fantastic day was had by all on the Saturday at Leeds castle. It's fairly expensive to get in at £17.50 per person, however there is enough there to occupy you for a whole day.