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... and I am sure the trip will just flash past.
Now, do we book before we go or shall we see how the mood takes us? A leisurely meal at mine to mull this over and complete the 'visa' or whatever it is, to get us into the country planne din the next couple of weeks.
PJ's sorted, the rest still to be considered. :)
... history of Hastings. There were a ton of neat WW2 items that had washed up on shore such as gas masks, parts of planes, and some bombs.
After the museum we headed to the West Hill. Katrin and I climbed another long set of stairs up to the top for yet another great view. This hill had a castle at the top called the 1066. It's in ruins now and can be barely recognized as being a castle at one point. We explored more but this side did not forests like the ...
... House, where the food was yummy. We discovered via the Quietly Enigmatic list that Michael Kitchen had been part of a festival in Shaftesbury just the weekend before... darn, missed opportunity!
Back at Foyles, Cammie grabbed some alone time and Sue and Nicola and I huddled on Sue's bed (which just about took up all of Foyles B&B's tiniest room) and watched the first episode of Phryne Fisher while consuming Cadbury Buttons.
... hand 1/2 of the church. The other 1/2 was taken up by the organ.
Then on to Tunbridge Wells where we walked around town and did a little shopping! Took pictures of the coolest little gate house on the way home. It was located in Leigh. But pronounced with a long 'i' instead of a long 'e'. Then out to eat. At a really neat pub with fantastic food. Drat, I've already forgotten its name.
Past my bedtime. Nite ...
... The train ride to Hastings was quite nice too, I had missed the green of England's countryside (Spain is pretty dry)... Getting into Hastings it was a feeling of 'I'm home' but kind of mixed feelings too because I didn't really have my 'real' home to go to anymore, just a lovely room at my friend's house, which I love, but that is ...