- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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.
This was ...
... an open air cafe owned by an Irishman from Belfast who offered free wifi! So a drink and a catch up later we went back to the craft market bought another shirt and then headed home for lunch. As we neared the port taxi with only about 4 onboard was looking for additional passengers at only $25 for two people for a two hour tour. Heat and my first insect bite drew me back to the ship though and another lazy afternoon ...
... fruit pancakes. There was a mammoth burger £39.95 which you can order (with a week's notice). If you can finish it within 40 minute you don't pay. Only three people have managed it - 50 have tried!
The Priory has lovely gardens and cemetry. The church is beautiful
I took a tour up 176 steps to the tower £3. There was me and a mother and two children. The guide said to take it easy but we went at quite a fast pace ...
Off traveling with our mad mates to the south coast. This will not be a chronological blog entry but instead will be an activity category entry.
Based at Christchurch we have investigated, at various times, that part of the south coast traveling west. A look at Boscombe, Bournemouth, Poole and Swanage. All these places are "seaside resorts" and very popular for sand and hopefully sun! Actually the weather has been brilliant while we have been ...
... the Lido and have some lunch before they invaded!. There were only a handful of people there (of the 18 who were hold-overs) and then it was like they opened the flood-gates. Every table filled up in a matter of minutes.
Another interesting thing that happened is as we left the port, both tug boats used their water cannons as a way to welcome us back to England – the ship has been away nearly twelve months. Also, there is a group of war veterans ...