I had to drive back from Nuremberg today, and happened to get back into Dover around sunset.
I always try to visit the Battle Of Britain Memorial whenever I'm passing, so this seemed a perfect way to break up a 14 hour journey.
I've spent a lot of my time reading up on this period of history, and I always get a feeling here that I've never experienced anywhere else.
I guess being able to put faces to some of the names on the memorial wall brings it home more.
I found this the most moving. A small, personal tribute, placed right on the cliff edge, hidden amoungst the long grass and looking out to sea.
This really is a must visit if passing through the Dover area