Travelodge Canterbury Chaucer Central
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... Facilities used and bag zipping by as I approached carousel 10. Good signage re the underground. Staff helped me to our mutual benefit re the ducat [6L].
The ride to King's Cross/St Pancras was some 54M as advertised. Another jaunt to get to the train station itself. Found the machines re picking up my ticket on Southeastern. I was so speedy today I could have made the 1312 train. Took the ...
... ours has a slight curve - he had it fitted beautifully. This was at a cost less than £200 and when we bought the motorhome the dealer quoted the same bike rack to be fitted for just over £500 and he tried to tell us they don't make money on extras!
Now we have a couple of bikes, they look good on the back of the motorhome, dare we ride them and get them dirty - nah not today.
We 've had gas fitted, once again used the trade plates to do it, filled the tank and ...
... on the steps of Burger King and he was attempting to get online. Alistair tried later in the day using his. I-Pod, but didn't have a clue what he was doing. Yet another technological defeat! Cartagena is a very clean and pleasant town with a long history. We took the lift up to the castle where we had extensive views, then made our way down the hillside path and were able to get a good view of the Roman Theatre. As the morning progressed, so the sun came from behind the cloud and ...
missing china but im going back in novemeber!
this will be the last travelpod from this adventure. i was gone almost 2 years and alot has changed since then not with ben anymore and i have seen sooooo many things and met tones of people and made some grand friends!
thanks for reading the travel blog :D
from ash x
After about an hour and a half on the boat, we finally docked and were disembarked in Dover. We had met an older woman from Sweden who now lives in England, and together set off to find the train station to head to London. Again, the timing worked out perfectly as the bus to the station arrived just as we did and gave us just enough time to get some pound stirling to buy our tickets with.