House Of Agnes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... around the town and try and see the famous cathedral.
There are cure canals, with guys that will punt you around for a while, some very picturesque public gardens along the canal and some old flint & cobble buildings that are still in use by government offices, but the place that surprised me was the The Beaney House of Art and Knowledge.
It's right in the middle off town on the Hight Street, it was built from a ...
We got back from our morning road trip, dropped the car at the hotel and walked into Canterbury proper. We were pretty tired and it was freezing but rugged up and hit the streets. It was about a ten minute walk into the centre of town. First thing we saw was an old church which has been there for over a thousand years which tellingly, gives us an intro to the scale of Canterbury's history. As we walked up, we got a nice view ...
... It was obvious why, as we drove along the narrow streets and passed beautiful historical houses and buildings. Looking out the car window took you back in time and you could just about imagine how the people lived and moved around. On arriving in the heart of the village, we drove into a square with shops and a castle facing towards the middle of the paved street. We warmed up with a hot drink at the local cafe, which was just lovely, very cosy. ...
... At around half past five we walked up to the local pub, only to find that the kitchen didn’t open till six. To fill in time we explored a nearby graveyard. The earliest gravestone we found was dated 1714. Many of the gravestones, even the largest and most splendid, bore inscriptions that were no longer legible, a sombre reminder that we all, from the most prominent to the most insignificant, will one day be completely forgotten. As we wandered around ...