The Gables Hotel
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that they were very impressed with us 😂 (laughing crying emoji). After 'revision club', we headed to deck 18 to watch the teenage football tournament, before we headed back to do some more revision. As we revised for the second time today, "Penelop", once again had her nails done. This evening we went to the Peninsular Restaurant for our evening meal. Again no table was available, so we were ...
... eventually. It was exceptionally windy, especially when we climbed to the top of the hill. Hadrian's Wall was built by the Romans as a strategical holding for their empire, which encompassed Britannia. You can still see the entrance and the ruins of many buildings, as well as some great views. The gale force winds caused many of our students to rush through the site, but Allison and I took our time to view it all. It's not every day you ...
... and catching up that we didn't take notice to how we made it to the center and had trouble finding our way out. We had a 3:00 PM tour booked and it was about 2:45, so we didn't want to chance it. Harriet poked her face through the bush and asked politely if one of the workers could tell us how to get out so we wouldn't miss our tour! The look on the girl's face was priceless as she tried to figure out which bush the voice was coming ...
... so good to be dry and reasonably warm. I stayed down there for a bit, had a bite of food and a drink of water - used the trees as my spot to urinate - wouldn't want to stray too much from the norm, then put my pack back on and crawled back up the path to the road, where the rain was pouring down. I wasn't quite sure where I was, but knew I was going in the right direction and kept going. At one point in the road I met a tall German man pushing his bicycle with a giant pack ...
... train. The kids needed tickets, so off to the ticket office. Platform 4. We all got seats on this one. Off at Catford Bridge station. We wander out onto the street carrying all our backpacks and start walking down the road trying to find 30 Bromley rd. I know that it is fairly close to the train station so we walk down toward what looks like the town centre. After about 15 mins of walking we find it. Find the key and we're in. We made ...