Amadis Bed And Breakfast

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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    Travel Blogs from Canterbury

    What a difference a year makes!

    A travel blog entry by dorettepaul14 on Aug 12, 2014

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    ... br>
    18. Write a travel blog ✅ (your are reading it!)

    19. Visit the outback in Australia

    20. Go on a sleeper train

    21. Fly first class

    22. Stay in a tree house

    23. Watch a meteor shower

    24. Own a tortoise

    25 Do a taster menu

    26. Go on the euro star

    27. Go on the orient express

    28. Get married

    29. Bake a cake from scratch

    30. Go on a yacht for a night




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    T minus one day

    A travel blog entry by dorettepaul14 on Aug 10, 2014

    1 comment

    ... of producing and disposing of the things we persuade ourselves we need. I'm also aware that the relative modesty of the belongings we've decided to keep is still totally unattainable for most people. First resolution: I will try to become less materialistic and appreciate what I have. Dorette is determined to use the wedding card to blag our way onto business class. I will be loitering somewhere, sheepishly out of ...

    Christianity in Canterbury

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Apr 17, 2014

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    ... br> After the service we visited The Church of St. Martin. The oldest of the walls were built by the Romans and the original site was used for pagan worship. It is the oldest church in England and the oldest Parish Church in continuous use and the oldest church in the entire English speaking world. As such it is recognized along with Canterbury Cathedral and St. Augustine's Abbey as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Queen Bertha was a ...

    If Hellen Keller could see…

    A travel blog entry by daniellechalk on Feb 24, 2014

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    ... 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!

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    Hello, goodbye

    A travel blog entry by boval on Dec 06, 2013

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    We found our way to Tony and Sarah's house in Clavering, Essex after leaving the boat behind in Harwich. The motorhome fitted into their driveway but having run out of LPG a day or so ago, the heater couldn't be used, so we accepted Tony and Sarah's offer of a bed. Bo hadn't seen Tony for 40 something years and the Penman family welcomed us into their home warmly. And warmth is what we needed. It was chilly as to be expected at this time of the year. The family left ...