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"Oh my goodness, this must be a typical autumn day. Just look and the wind and rain" laments Cecilia. "I'm glad I brought my wooly underwear!"
“Just kidding. Can you still get wooly underwear?”
We take the M20 motorway through attractive hilly countryside hardly seen through ...
... finally land up at the Beach Hut Café (many miles from any beach) on Breezy Corner (no corner, and no breeze). I enjoy a terrific carrot and tomato soup while waiting for the others.
We now continue to the coast of the English Channel at Ramsgate, which we find somewhat depressing. This is a seaside resort that has seen better days and now ...
... It is totally deserted. All the shops are closed. We feel like the only people in town.
Crossing over an empty High Street we approach Christ Church Gate. The entry is closed.
“Hello. What time does the Cathedral open?” I ask the attendant at the office within the gate.
“On Sunday it opens at 12:30” she informs me.
... of selecting if we are to dine at the” Dog and Bear” or “The Red Lion”. After much agonizing, we decide on the Red Lion. I select the homemade soup of the day with the Roast Beef and Yorkshire pudding from the senior menu. Unfortunately there is no senior discount for the pints of local beer I'm quaffing to accompany dinner. ...
... origins dating back to the 1700's. Inside it’s really pretty with ancient beams and a tiny flower-filled garden. There are three bedrooms, two baths, kitchen, dining and living rooms. The curving wooden stairs are amazingly steep and we have to navigate them with care. Cecilia, the youngster in the family, takes the top floor bedroom. The cottage provides us with a comfortable, well-equipped base for touring the Heart of Kent.