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Travel Blogs from Canterbury
... an exhibition on the Canterbury Tales written by Geoffry Chaucer, who live here. It was a less realistic attraction than some we had been to, but provided us with a few laughs and brought the Canterbury Tales that we had studied at school, in the distant past.
went to the Roman museum, that has a section of pavement built by the romans complete with mosaic floor, presumed to be a pathway in one of their bath house building found when excavating the site to after the Blitz of the ...
... having trouble finding The Leather Bottle, which dated back to 1640 and was covered in Dickens memorabilia, the food was lovely and the atmosphere brilliant. The building is original tudor and the inside covered in prints, paintings, quotes and paintings of Dickens work, including a chair he used to sit in to write.
Back through the narrow windy country road to Rochester for the ...
... hour until our ferry started boarding so we had time to kill. Exploring Dover town centre on a Sunday at 8:30 in the morning was pretty much consistent with the rest of the UK on a Sunday; DEAD. To explain Dover in a few words, I would say it was quaint, historical and had everything you’d need if you lived there. Around 10:45 we boarded the vessel, surprisingly P&O cruises worked out the cheapest choice for the ferry ...
... my photos of the Roman Wall and the Dane John Mound. This is a former Roman Cemetery. We then walked towards Canterbury Castle. Construction was started in 1066 and was completed in 1380. It has become quite the ruin. Keep in mind how this castle looks when you see my photos of Dover castle-they are both about the same age!
After 2 hours in Canterbury, we were off to Dover. So, stay tuned for part 2...
... taking photos - guess someone has to do it :)
Days turn into weeks and the calendar turns over to another month. Bo and I decide to go to Maidstone and see the people at DVLA. Is only an hours drive at the most, and if we get some answers and better still the plate number we will be happy - maybe!
We speak with the girl at the DVLA office, who checks a little blue book to see where our application may be - can you believe it, whatever happened ...
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