Travelodge Canterbury Whitstable
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it was so good! And so so cheap! Wow...it was incredible, made more so by the lovely Irish couple who I met there. Liz and Trevor completely understood why I am travelling now. They are what I imagine my parents to be like in...a "few" years time. *more like 20. I then decided to walk back up towards town, but when I was doing that, Mother Nature decided to play Dodge the Hail Stone with me, so I got whipped by thousands of hail ...
Well after over a year since first discussed, the tickets ahve been brought to go to the Big Apple and Debbie and I wil be off on the 7th March 2015. There have been a couple of hicups that shouldnt be shared but all sorted now and the plannign and can start in earnest.
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So this is when we and Big Gert first meet "eye to headlight". I trust we will get along fine. We promise to give you only the best diesel and keep your plugs (what? you don't have plugs? ... you poor dear) and points clean and dust free and give you ...
... the 1920s - 30s. She used it as her country house, entertaining the rich and the famous for nearly 50 years. She must have been very wealthy as she also travelled (including Australia) and collected “souvenirs” from all over world. It was all beautifully done – the house and the grounds. Although Lady Baillie left Leeds Castle to a charitable trust on her death, her younger sister ...
... Universities all over the world. He was also a practical man and landscaped much of the garden himself – there are photos of him building walls and he created its lakes and waterfalls himself. He and his wife obviously had a good marriage, there are notes and letters he and Clementine wrote to each other – very loving but also very funny! It’s definitely a place to visit!
Winston Churchill loved Chartwell, but ...