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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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An early start this morning and as usual we got an earlier train , which was boarding in 5 mins, so we arrived in Dover before we had left France.
The worst thing that struck us was the awful state of the English roads. The concrete M20 is diabolical. What on earth foreign visitors must think - its an awful welcome to the country.
The Spanish road system is superb and the French roads were all open in snow and ice.
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... partially ready, there were some portaloos and a tourist desk selling round the island tours $25 pp or trip to the beach $8 pp. the tours operated in open safari taxis or minibuses and were selling well. Walking into town there were yet more taxis outside the dock gates and still some hopefuls up near town. We walked into town about half a mile maybe, there is a market area of small colourful huts selling clothes and ...
... that without any effort, you're present in the moment. It's no wonder so many people become addicted to travelling. It's a constant rush of adrenaline and adventure. The perfect way to reinvigorate yourself, and has been a great way to shake-up our life. 2. To become less ignorant. Any preconceived ideas or prejudices have on the whole been completely shattered. No matter how hard we tried , we only know how to believe, think and act within the parameters of what ...
... It was built in 1860 and was the longest, fastest and most advanced warship in the world at the time. It was a sailing ship with a coal powered engine that allowed movement in nil wind conditions via a propellor, unheard of then. The prop could be raised out of the water via a pulley system to reduce drag whilst under sail.
It is 420ft in length and took us over an hour to explore. Such a fascinating ship in as much as it was ...