Abbot's Fireside Hotel
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Breakfast was a jolly affair as there were a family from America on the next table. Anna and Hugh came to find us to say goodbye. They were off to find a Eurostar back home from central Paris. We remembered we were going to a castle Willow had found by chance while researching something else. It was a really fun drive round the Paris ring road and, unlike the M25, you can see into the city a little so we saw the Eiffel Tower looming over the city, ...
We had a day at sea before we reached Dover, on this night we had the chocolate buffet with entertainment provided by Bernardo the singing chef. What a great entertainer he is, he gets everyone up and going. We went and met up with Michelle at Dover. She came via train which took her a bit over an hour. We had a wonderful day. As we had been to Dover before she suggested we take a short train ride which was only about 8 miles to a ...
We have been giddily excited all day!
After a family Big Breakfast at the Selly Sausage, a productive morning was spent getting Red ready for the off: filling up with water, priming the porta-loo, washing the windows and laying the carpet ( really )...
After a quick change into my action-outdoor trousers, never before worn, it was time to go. We had a lovely Farewell Committee to wave us off, and then it was The ...
... They needed to be attached to stakes hammered in the ground so a bit of prep work was needed before we were ready to go. There was a lot of laughter and a lot of fun. Josh was ready. Ro was given the privilege of lighting the first box as this was such a unique experience for us. Ro dished out instructions regarding the camera and key words to wait for. We were ready. Fuse lit, Ro and Josh safely away, camera set and we all watched a spectacular display of fireworks. Josh lit ...
... underground tunnels cut into the chalk cliffs, that he
worked on just before and during the early part of the World War II.
Poor Carol had to suffer Glenn's re-creation of every historical
battle, ever actually fought or dreamt up by Glenn's furtive
imagination, whilst at the castle. We went up towers and keeps, we
went down tunnels and into underground hospitals, we even became
'admiralty watch tower operatives', where ...