Bannatyne Spa Hotel
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... We ate a quick dinner on the trip and are finally here in France! Yay! Dad is really glad to be "driving on the correct side of the road again." We will be getting to our hotel in about 15 minutes, hopefully without any delays. We are all ready for some sleep and to get some well needed rest. (Albeit half heartedly) Cheers, Meredith, Esq. ...
... ice cream with a Flake, and had a short walk. We couldn't go too far as last night Terry stubbed his toe on one of the many narrow dark steps in this flat, and is now limping :(
We stopped at a fish shop and bought a dressed crab, a buckling (smoked herring), and some smoked salmon. Thence to Judges Bakery for a white high top and home for a gourmet lunch and a sleep.
Tomorrow we drive up to Heathrow, return the rental car and fly to Paris.
... and I wondered if they keep their boats in them standing on their end, however we didn't ask. The streets are also really narrow. It was lots of antique stores and their owners outside bantering with each other as they tried to entice people in. From here we crossed over to the seaside of the road and walked back through the carnival rides on the beachfront stunned at the amount of people on all the rides. There was a RNLI shed and shop ...
bottles of drink. The weather was just boiling and i was struggling in the heat.
However it was not too hot for too long as when the sun went down it suddenly
became quite cool and I sat with my feet towards the BBQ. We were having a great
time here on Hove Green throwing ball's and frisby's at eachother simply to heat
our body's up. However non of us were very good at it but as ...
... by fortified towns and a few castles. We have already taken you to some other Cinque ports- Dover, Folkestone and Hythe. I think Deal was also one, but how seven ports add up to five (Cinque) is beyond me.
There are some wonderful tales about the tit for tat raids between France and this part of England. For example, the French ransacked the very pretty little next door town of Rye and insultingly stole the church bells as a trophy, so the Rye ...