Village Urban Resort Maidstone
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Heated pool
- Banquet room
- Room service
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Now I'm officially on my own.
I don't actually have a real timetable or any set destinations, other than arriving in Dover by 9am on Wednesday the 6th of August, for my Motorcycle tour group to Germany. So that leaves me two and a half weeks to explore the UK on bike.
I've selected the bike online, and went for a test ride, everything checks out, so I'm heading away from London.
Today the road lead me ...
... we literally walked past everyone in the line and hopped on the next available carriage….we did get a few killer looks at us from people in the line. We were in a carriage with a group of girls who we all played photographers for eachother. It was an amazing 30 mins being up there, seeing the view of the whole city as the sun went down was definitely a highlight for me. I was able to point out things from a distance that we had seen earlier that day. I think we took about ...
... on Korcula took about 3 1/2 hours. Dinner was served after arriving in Vela Luka. I walked with Leslie and Dennis a little around the town; Betsy was suffering from a head cold and retired early to the cabin. We returned to the ship and watched a little of the Croatia vs. Mexico World Cup soccer match. I gave up at half time and retired. Croatia lose to Mexico 3 to 1, and are now out the next round. June 24: We arose for 7:30 breakfast and got prepared for a longest and ...
... little country lanes. These lanes were just wide enough for cars to pass very carefully (but sometimes not even that wide), and were lined by thick, tall vegetation of hedges and trees. In some places the trees had been trimmed over the lane to form a tunnel. Even in the dark and rain it was beautiful. But - remember that I mentioned flooding earlier? Well here it was. Every little low spot in the road was a swimming pool, and some spots even appeared to ...
... the palace, or at least the remains of it. Originally part of 16th century London, there were about two and a half walls remaining of the building. Nonetheless it was still a beautiful sight to behold. Such an old structure, complete with a rose window at the top, preserved and accommodated by the modern London that has sprung up around it. After snapping a couple of shots, we were on our way to see some art! The Tate Modern was placed within an old 19th ...