Sandhurst Farm Forge
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... and cleans and you promise to give us 12 months of hassle free motoring and we will get along JUST fine. Together we will explore the depths and heights of Europe and the UK.
So, you have a third peddle ... hmmm, can I remember how to drive a ...
... one of the buildings until her death in 2001. What a place to live in!
We also visited Royal Tunbridge Wells, a 17th spa town, which is very pretty. We wandered along its most famous street, called The Pantiles. We came across the Church of King Charles the Martyr! We were intrigued by the name so went in – it had beautiful plaster ceilings.
Not far away is ...
... realised that they couldn’t afford to run the property. So, a consortium of wealthy businessmen purchased the estate and, for a nominal rent allowed Sir Winston and Lady Churchill to live there until they both died, at which point the property would be given to the National Trust. We thought that was a lovely sign of the high esteem in which Churchill was held!
Another visit was to Battle Abbey and the Battle of ...
... SO tasty. My first emotional meltdown on this trip happened here, at Borough Market. I was just walking around, minding my own business when suddenly, right in front of a cheese vendor, I became overwhelmed and got weepy. IF the vendor noticed me at all, they probably just rolled their eyes and thought to themselves "American". Borough Market as it is today began in 1756 but it has been in existence in ...
Having left Canterbury, we drove ten miles to Faversham, the home of Kentish Ale and in particular, the Shepherd Neame brewery. Jayne showed me the wharf. An old fishing boat and a Thames Barge were alongside, pinned against the dockside by the stiff breeze. It was a very high tide, forced up by low pressure and the strong breeze. In places, the water ...