White Cliffs Hotel
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We are now staying with Craig's relatives in Hythe, Kent for a couple of days. Today we spent the day at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park and had a great time. We especially loved the big cats, gorillas and baboons. The park is in a great location overlooking the English Channel and the animals have great places to ...
White cliffs of Dover. Unfortunately we can't see them. Too much wind and rain. The ferry crossing wasn't too bad - a bit of pitch and roll but not enough to make it too uncomfortable.
We were a bit late leaving Calais (about an hour), ...
... to wait for me at The Becket Pub and set off to park the car. Riiiiiight! Teeny, twisty, narrow alleyways are called two way streets in Canterbury. I circled and circled...thank god I knew how to drive a roundabout! I could not find the car park, and the ones that I could find were full. I was tired, hot and hungry! Ready to scream in frustration when, after an hour of fruitless wanderingI found myself passing the same full car park for the 4th time, I said a few choice words and ...
... It's become a running joke with the rest of our group. Now everyone warns him as he gets on, but somehow he never can crouch down quite enough. I'm worried he may get a concussion!
We drove for a long way then stopped at a very nice truck stop to have dinner and give Franci a break. The driving rules here are very strict, and they must take a 45 minute break every 4,5 hours. After our break we continued our journey to Amaterdam and arrived there at about 9:30 ...
... old son, Adrian to assist. In a few short minutes as she compared the pictures to the home and saw they were the same, she offered to show us the inside. OMG! I couldn’t believe it. .
It was not a hotel. Marie and her children lived there and in the past rented it out for weddings occasionally. Her husband passed away 4 years ago, but they had bought it in 1977. She knew the history of the Lenoncourt family ...