Alexandra House

Address: 1 Roper Road, Canterbury, Kent, England, CT2 7EH, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 1 Roper Road, Canterbury, is near Canterbury Cathedral, The Canterbury Tales, Roman Museum, and Museum of Canterbury (Formerly Heritage Museum).
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Travel Blogs from Canterbury

Jack takes a holiday far far away

A travel blog entry by jbishop1991 on Nov 15, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

Hello there, my name is Jack Bishop and this is my (attempted) travel blog. After two degrees, a placement year and two ridiculous summers at Ardmore, I've taken the jump and have decided to give this travelling thing a go. I know many doubted I would actually follow through with my words, myself included, but I have done it (I am in New Zealand as I write this!) With a month in New Zealand followed by a month in Oz planned and in ...

A trip to Canterbury

A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Sep 07, 2014

11 photos

... guard what we were doing to go in and out of Schengen, etc etc. The guard said it wouldn’t work. Stan started to explain why it would and I actually had to hit him. The guard humpfed and said they wouldn’t let us back into England doing that, but he guessed the French weren’t so fussy. I had a little talk with Stan afterwords about proper behavior with people like customs guys and border guards and so on - i.e. just shut up, do not explain, ...

Danielle Goes Soft

A travel blog entry by daniellechalk on Feb 28, 2014

5 photos

... a piece of Juicy Fruit gum on his desk every day would be his sweetheart for always. 58 years later he still won't fall asleep at night without kissing her goodnight. Then Grandma and Grandpa; she waited anxiously on the home front for him to return safely from war. She passed the day before their 62nd anniversary, and every single one of those 62 years he wrote her a poem to express his eternal love for her that bridges the space between life and death.

So maybe I'm ...

A day trip to Canterbury

A travel blog entry by susan.dobscha on Nov 30, 2013

8 photos

... I'm sure my romantic notions were formed by Chaucer but Canterbury was one long shopping street teeming with tourists as far as the eye could see. We managed to find an out of the way pub to eat lunch but for the most part everything was pure tourist trap.

Then we went to the play. It was a Christmas play but it was filled with all sorts of B-level British actors, actresses, and presenters. From the very beginning ...

Battle Abbey; Battle Scars!

A travel blog entry by amcleod56 on Jul 21, 2013

8 photos

... suckered the Anglo-Saxon troops into chasing them, turned and cut them to ribbons. Legend has it that King Harold was felled by an arrow in the eye, but some accounts say he was hacked to death....we will never know for sure.. William erected an Abbey on the top of the hill, the high altar marking the spot where Harold fell. Not much of the original building is left, but the ruins give a good picture of the immense size of the entire building. How would history have been changed ...