Amanda House

Address: 34 A Nunnery Fields, Canterbury, Kent, England, CT1 3JT, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 34 A Nunnery Fields, Canterbury, is near Canterbury Cathedral, Howletts Wild Animal Park, The Canterbury Tales, and Roman Museum.
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      A Long Man and Leeds Castle

      A travel blog entry by on Jan 11, 2015

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      ... past the stables converted into guest bedrooms, to the children's play area inncluding a large hedge maze. We decided to make it a race to the centre whioch Amy claims to have won by making it to the centre and bak out through the grotto and tunnels to the start, but no-one saw her in the centre platform. Friendly arguments ensued but all agreed that the maze was fun. Keely went through again while Tristan bought us all hot chocolates. And then we walked back through the gardens ...

      Day out at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park

      A travel blog entry by andybel09 on Jan 09, 2015

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      We are now staying with Craig's relatives in Hythe, Kent for a couple of days. Today we spent the day at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park and had a great time. We especially loved the big cats, gorillas and baboons. The park is in a great location overlooking the English Channel and the animals have great places to ...

      A Real Canterbury Tale

      A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom on Aug 30, 2014

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      ... ruins of St. Augustine's Abbey. The Abbey, along with St. Martin's Church and Canterbury Cathedral form the landmarks of Queen Bertha's Walk and are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In 597, Pope Gregory sent a monk, later known as St. Augustine, to England as a missionary. The Abbey was founded in 598 and dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul. King Ethelbert converted to Christianity when Augustine came and gave 2 tracts of land -one for a ...

      Thanks, Otterbox, you're a pal!

      A travel blog entry by daniellechalk on Jun 02, 2014

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      ... for a female to dilute the concentration of your **** personality.. we will probably end up faking a bladder emergency and escaping out a second story window before sleeping with you, and if you do help us to reach the ever desired “blackout” threshold, you’ll probably get vomited on later as a karmic repercussion.

      Furthermore, you should invest some time reading a book* (see definition below) or a news article and gaining brainpower ...

      Kent, Maidstone

      A travel blog entry by bignige on Aug 26, 2013

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      ... before we finish our next Senses challenge.

      In contrast to Maidstone, Canterbury is a lovely town, more olde worlde. much like York. We had our coffee break at an M&S cafe with outside seating - a new first for the team, then went in search of the cathedral. It was very busy when we got there and the long queue winding its way along the street leading up to the cash desk at the entrance was a little offputting. We broke the golden rule ...