Tower House 1066
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... the top deck for him in fine weather, blowing the cobwebs away. Alistair was just about to go inside when he spotted a whale 'blowing'. This was the first of 8 whales spotted by passengers during the course of the day. Meanwhile, Julie was continuing with her third art session of the cruise. At 10:15 it was time for the Interdenominational Church Service, as always, preceded by the wonderful Filipino Crew Choir. The morning concluded with a lecture about ...
... Canterbury, boring is not one of them. The small town of roughly 40,000 in the centre, not including surrounding area is booming with great shops, stores and unreal restaurants! So so cool of a place, it's like one giant cathedral area in Regina. Following our walk we headed back to get ready for our dinner and concert number 4, sitting in the second row dead centre. Once we took the hour train ride in from Canterbury, we arrived at the hall for our reservation and ...
... amazingh shots. robin is now incredibly clued up on the whole battle and should out flank any history lesson on the subject. I like the ice house and just being in the actual location. 7000 englishmenfell that day, the equivekant of nearly 4 lRge villages of men wioed out on a single day. Madbness. Anne and Imdiscuss the tactic of agrreing to a battle then not turning up gand justb goinf round em and taking their stuff. We have lunch ...
... we were driving to Calais. Thankfully it was the right way and we arrived to the port in time. There were containers everywhere and lots of trucks, we began our journey through and after boarding at Puttgarten was such a breeze we were quite relaxed. Little did we know we were about to get interrogated by the British as to the reason for our "holiday"! Ok, maybe I’m exaggerating but we were pulled aside and had to unpack the boot to find our plane tickets home and ...
... time at Hollis's house! I like tea time. It allows a person to relax after a hectic day! For tea-time I tried some rather unusual "crisps" (potato chips) and something Hollis made called Oreo Butter (Oreo's and creme whipped together in a food processor). The crisps were unusual... to say the least. The prawn sauce flavored ones taste a bit like fry sauce on potato chips. The Worcester ones... were super salty and a bit funky. I scarfed them both down. The ...