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TravelPod Member ReviewsAylesbury House Maidstone
We thoroughly enjoyed our four night stay in this Bed and Breakfast. I can't say enough about the clean, modern room we had and the wonderful breakfasts we came to look forward to. My wife enjoyed relaxing in the beautiful back garden one sunny afternoon. It's a easy walking distance down the hill and across the bridge to town. A great little pub with wonderful food and good real ales is just two doors away, The White Horse. We would stay there again!
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Awoke with the sun streaming through the gaps in the blinds, a relaxing breakfast, quick tidy up and were on the road by 10ish. Stopped for our final shopping stop and fuel. The on to the autoroute for a coupe of hours driving. Stopped at an Aire for lunch, WOW ITS HUGE, lakes full of fish, a viewing tower over the Saine river so decided to spend a good hour chilling as were only an hour away from Calais and ...
... We arrived in Calais earlier than planned, so our car wasn't there. Clint was having trouble with our mobile phones so LIly and I set off to get some help to ring the car guy.
With my very limited French, I managed to get the guy at the immigration office to ring the car guy who said he would meet us in 10mins.
We completed the necessary paperwork. I signed documents I couldn't read (more Hail Mary's) and we ...
... in the region presents to the halt simply as the Paddington. London Paddington is in the core of East bourne Terrace, Praed Street and Bishops Bridge Road. The Underground rail has four ways in at the station, counting Bakerloo, Hammersmith and Circle. The rail stop is close to the Bayswater areas and Marylebone of the city and easily situated near Hyde Park, the Serpentine and Regents Canal.
The main Rail Line Attraction
... was swamped with visitors. It was so busy that they were giving out tickets for timed entry. When Liam and my tickets came up we walked into the exhibit and were quite impressed by the detail, presentation and content of the exhibit. I have said it before and I will say it again: Britain has the best museums in the world. Unlike other European countries (cough Greece cough) they know how to present things in an informative and interactive way, drawing the audience in. Best of all, ...
... br> This is where the Peasants Revolt started in 1381. Wat Tyler lead an uprising that marched from Maidstone to London, where they pleaded with the 14 year old king, Richard II that the clergy and the Barons repeal the poll tax and that workers had the right to chose their employer, not be feudally owned by the local baron.
They killed him of course, but the uprising was an historic moment in the quest for ...