Upper Ansdore Guest House

Upper Ansdore, Petham, Canterbury, Kent, England, CT4 5QB, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Upper Ansdore, Petham, is near Howletts Wild Animal Park and Godmersham House.
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    Travel Blogs from Petham

    A trip to Canterbury

    A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Sep 07, 2014

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    ... France has been stuck with caring for them, feeding them, trying to house them, etc. etc. It’s expensive and they hardly help the tourist trade and the mayor of Calais is getting fed up. She thinks the Brits should be doing - and paying - more to help resolve the problem. Two days after her announcement (which is pretty serious because you would not believe the steady stream of trucks that cross the channel on the Dover-Calais ferries!) a group of ...

    Battle, 1066 go the French!

    A travel blog entry by tedandanne on Jul 05, 2014

    ... mine disnY wurk! And we tootle round the site. The exhibition is interesting, with a film told from Williams perspective, threw a whole new light on the story for me. Out on the actual battlefield, we walked round and climbed on stuff and looked in the buildings. The columned chapterhouse was pretty special. Emily fell off a column in the exposed under basement area. We saw where Harold died and an ant bit the emster. Anne ...

    Queens, Darwin, and the Pooh Sticks Bridge

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Apr 25, 2014

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    ... along the paths. The gardens were of course magnificent.

    Thursday we visited the home of Charles Darwin. He was quite a family man with 10 children of which 7 survived. His home was always filled with the laughter of children. His wife was a Wedgewood (as in china) and his first cousin. He was not healthy and stayed home after his voyage on the Beagle to write his book "On the Origin of Species". He ...

    A day at the seaside

    A travel blog entry by williamluff on Jul 06, 2013

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    ... On the next table there seems to be a convention of lesbian lifeguards (or as Mr Kenny notes, girl-guide leaders of the future) cracking open crabs with the bare hands, while in stark contrast directly opposite us sit the Housewives of North-Kent Shores, discussing maxi-dresses, blow-dries, nail extensions, lipsticks, brazilians, tweezers, gels and and their mutual friend Tracy's everlasting pregnancy, amongst various other humanitarian crises of the day, each sentence preceded ...

    Canterbury for the Day!

    A travel blog entry by shelby.alex12 on May 21, 2013

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    ... of shops. Kelly and I had our last farewell tea time together in an Italian bistro after class and then tried a meringue because I had never had one. They were different, not sure I'm a huge fan. Upon returning to the train station we met a family walking to pick up their eldest son from school because it was his birthday. His younger brother Michael said he was "nearly 5" and he ...