Castle House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Castle House Hotel Canterbury
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... my two hour break, and I hadn't collapsed into bed to eat dark chocolate, I would roll the client on her side, turn on an audio book and leave the house. Yep, she could not move until I came home, so it was kinda important I didn't get held up anywhere, or get hit by a bus!!!
I walked around the city wall, I checked out the local ruin (my first one!!) which had me spellbound for about 30 minutes, just imagining all the people who had lived there and ...
... do a bit of email updating.
Flubbed the ticket entry but staff undoubtedly took my accent into account in passing me through. Hadn't realized would be a high speed train; excuse me. A bit more emailing before chill time for the less than an hour trip.
The time passed and off at Canterbury West rail station. Roddy was waiting for me outside. Off to The Pound for a welcoming beer and ...
... by a volunteer who was both friendly and knowledgeable and who helped us to make the most of our visit.
It was strange to view the Martyrdom, as the place is called where St Thomas of Canterbury was murdered in 1170. I recall the history lesson and the words of HenryII, "Will no one rid me of this troublesome priest?". I wonder that the present Archbishop doesn't often have that said of him by politicians and ...
... for every way in which you've changed me. Christmas and birthdays have always posed a moral dilemma where every gift just seems dumb and insignificant; I would have had to chop off an arm to repay every way in which you've saved me from myself. And wrapping my arm in Santa paper with one arm would have been a bloody mess (British pun).
So, here's the world with a little pink bow. In 43 days we're taking on the world together in a way ...
... and the time to do it. If I had the money, time would not be such an issue. 10. "The world is a book. He who does not travel has read but one page." I do not know who said that but he is right on the money! My top 10 sites / events 10. Thames River Cruise 9. Leeds Castle 8. Canterbury Cathedral 7. Madd Maxx tour 6. Macbeth at The Globe 5. The Tower of London 4. The British Museum 3. Westminster Abbey 2. St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle 1. Hampton Court Palace I do not want to leave ...