Amadis Bed And Breakfast

Address: 53 Blean Common, Canterbury, Kent, England, CT2 9EX, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 53 Blean Common, Canterbury, is near The Canterbury Tales, Roman Museum, Museum of Canterbury (Formerly Heritage Museum), and Druidstone Park.
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      Good news at last !!

      A travel blog entry by pandb on Nov 16, 2014

      6 comments, 12 photos

      ... in England were Roy and Margrit who were on holiday from New Zealand. We last saw them some four years ago in Turkey and we are now planning to visit them some time in the future.
      Our stay in the UK seems to have passed quite quickly and we are already about to return to Licata, Sicily where we will stay until after Christmas. The town is a working place with some 39 restaurants, unfortunately 37 of them are Pizzerias ...

      Jack takes a holiday far far away

      A travel blog entry by jbishop1991 on Nov 15, 2014

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... there after is up-in-the-air, but we'll cross that bridge when we need to! For the time being this blog can hopefully create a permanent log of my trip (I'm an awful photo taker), whilst also keeping various family members and friends up to date with my doings and reassuring them that I am okay!! I will try and keep it up to date every few days based on internet connection and how much fun I am having! See you on the other side! ...

      A trip to Canterbury

      A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Sep 07, 2014

      11 photos

      ... the 900’s. The head of Sir Thomas More is supposedly buried in the Roper Vault under the floor - Roper being the married name of More’s daughter, Margaret. That is also the church where King Henry II took off his shoes and left his cloak and began his barefoot penance walk to Canterbury cathedral to atone for having Beckett killed.

      We also visited the Pilgrim’s hospital, which was built in 1180 to provide housing and food for ...

      Christianity in Canterbury

      A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Apr 17, 2014

      3 photos

      ... her pagan husband King Ethelbert converted (587 AD) and so it all began. The church is small and intimate surrounded by a very old graveyard.

      At 2:30 we dashed back to the cathedral for a tour and history of the death of Thomas a Becket seeing the site where he was murdered. Then we visited the remains of St. Augustine's Abbey founded in 598 AD. It was a very prosperous abbey which survived the Norman Conquest but could not ...

      If Hellen Keller could see…

      A travel blog entry by daniellechalk on Feb 24, 2014

      2 photos

      ... the ones with removable feet)***

      12. Locate blunt object, a capped pen will suffice. Wedge behind eyeball, apply blunt prying force, gauge out.

      13. If possible to take preventative measures, let’s say, not enrolling in Art Appreciation.. do so. Unless I’m not fond of you. In which case TAKE ART APPRECIATION IT’S ENLIGHTENING!

      "Ohh noooo."