Read's Restaurant with Rooms

Canterbury Rd, Faversham, Kent, England, ME13 8XE , United Kingdom | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Faversham

Home wet home

A travel blog entry by jobloor

... car until 10 am which was when we had said we needed it, and they were still calling luggage groups out to disembark! We were fine stood waiting in the sunshine but just as we left the port the heavens opened and we had heavy rain until we got to Kent where we were stopping for coffee with friends and the sun came out and we had good weather all the way home. Altogether another good Oceania experience if you ignore ...

Farewell.

A travel blog entry by broganrose

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... things such as clothes shoes and accessories. But what do you get from that? The items either get ruined or go out of fashion pretty quick and then your on to the next...they say that travelling is the only thing that you can buy that makes you richer. I agree. There is a sense of fulfilment when travelling the globe - knowing that there are certain things and places that you have experienced and no one else has. ...

Day 15: Leeds, Dover, and Canterbury

A travel blog entry by flahivemo

... then I could actually remember all the different things I saw inside. Once we got inside I was extra glad pictures were allowed because it was absolutely breath taking! Our guide walked us all around telling us about all different things then gave us about 40 minutes until we had to be back at the bus. I took some of that time to sit and pray/reflect on a lot. Thanked God for my family, friends, and every person that I have been lucky enough to have in my life. The last 18 ...

Our final blog from Kent

A travel blog entry by mcloughlin

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... operational) has a medieval painted column which dates to 1306. (See pic)

When visiting some of these old churches, we saw some strange (to us) shaped graves – they were everywhere in Kent. We never did find out what, if any, significance the shape had/has – all we could find was that Charles Dickens coined the term “lozenge grave” in Great Expectations. See pic. ...

Another update from Kent for 2-14 Aug

A travel blog entry by mcloughlin

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There was once an Iron Age hill fort, and there is still a Roman lighthouse from around 120AD and an Anglo-Saxon church built around 1000AD. The Roman lighthouse is one of the oldest buildings we’ve ever seen in Britain. We’ve seen ruins that are older but this is still virtually intact though no longer used. It is a toss-up between the lighthouse and Porchester Castle in Hampshire whose walls were built in Roman times.

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This B&B, located on Canterbury Rd, Faversham, is near Farming World.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding