The George Hotel
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... Surrounding the amazing architecture are beautiful green spaces, it just made me want to play touch football. Along the side streets of this vibrant university town were arts and crafts fairs, outdoor shopping districts, pubs, gift shops, restaurants and churches. As the day progressed, the streets became filled ...
This morning we started our day with an opportunity to worship at the Canterbury Cathedral. On our way there, we stopped at St Martins church which is the oldest continuously operating church in the English speaking world. St. Augustin and the 40 monks used this church as a base of operations when they came to spread the gospel message to England in 570, and it was an old church then! In fact, while there, they ...
... up to me in one huge go and I ended up asleep on top of my bed for the afternoon.
Oh but before I did that, I managed to fit a sleeping bag and a sleeping mat in my bag. Now if uu remember for a moment....I already have a tent and a hoop and clothes for two months in there.
My poor bag.
But happy me, as MUMMY SENT ME TIMTAMS! ...
I just want to mention that usually I
do not much like flying. I am scared of crashing and being surrounded
by screaming panicky people. I shall not panic in a crash situation.
No. If the plane starts plumetting I shall take it in my stride. I
might even try and organise people into rows. And make them stop
screaming. I hate that nightmare scenario of people screaming just at
the moment as I am trying to compose myself to embrace my ...
In the meantime I did a walking tour of Houghton, the village where our accommodation is located. It is so beautiful!! I have taken enough photos of thatched roofed cottages to last the whole trip and it was only the second day! The old mill is picturesque on the banks of the Ouse River and I had ducks and swans swimming obligingly close for some more lovely photos. Across the ...