a restaurant, a maze, and gorgeous gardens.
swear I heard one of the ghosts groaning in a hallway.
I had visited Cantebury Cathedral about 45 years ago, and had many vague memories of it. The town has grown up around it, but the cathedral is somewhat timeless. I am
going to refer you to the following website, since the photos there are far superior to mine.
I especially remember the design in a floor I stood over. The area is blocked off now to preserve it, but the floor was as I pictured it after all these years.
and in a garden in the cathedral which is no longer open to the public.
Seeing the road today, I couldn't believe that we rode our bicycles from Dover to London. I'm sure there was much less traffic then, but it is still narrow and very hilly.
Our last stop on the tour was Dover, and the famous white cliffs. They are not as spectacular when viewed from land, as they are when you approach by sea......but spectacular, none the less.
We passed Dover Castle as we entered the town, but did not have a chance to visit it. You can easily spend a day here touring the castle.
26 miles across the English Channel, and you all know that what I really wanted to do was to catch the next ferry to Calais, and retrace my steps back to Paris.