Abergavenny Arms

Address: Frant Road, Frant, East Sussex, England, TN3 9DB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Frant

War, Pigeons, & the Magna Carta

A travel blog entry by jjelenko on Jun 03, 2015

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... of the Magna Carta. We even climbed up to the dome balcony to get a bird's eye view of the 9 Sarcophagi (life-sized, hand-carved, stone portrait tomb covers) found in the rotunda. It was in this room that the origins and foundations for the Constitution and human rights were laid. Remember King John, that no good, phony king of England? Well ironically, he had a pretty major part to play in the development and completion of the Magna Carta, done over ...

Next instalment - sorry it's sooo late

A travel blog entry by travellerbenj on Feb 20, 2015


... to hit the floor - totally baffling!! We also swam in the caves with a candle and like scrambled rocks and climbed through waterfalls. The main attraction of Semuc is however these natural chalk pools that are heavenly an cannot be explained so iv added some pics. The days here wer beautiful but the nights did not match - mostly ending in a few naked guys tryin to encourage girls to join or brash drinking games, Tikal This is where the vast and awesome Mayan ruins are, ...

A quiet day before the Xmas celebrations

A travel blog entry by richardandelly on Dec 23, 2014

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Had a sleep in today and are looking at having a quiet day. First it was time to have a go on Mikes bike indoor trainer. Did a 22km hill climb course which took 47 mins. In the afternoon Elly & I went into the city to check out the lights in Oxford ...

A trip down memory lane.....

A travel blog entry by ourbigadventure on Sep 27, 2014

... the London Council at their bold and clever foresight in allowing the building of some wonderful contemporary architecture, which rather than diminish the presence of either style, allows each to stand proudly and beautifully shoulder to shoulder, complimenting one another. Dylan & I have now developed a running joke which no-one else will find funny but we do!! Quite simply, it's "iron fence", as I keep drooling over & commenting (apparently a lot) on all ...

Time! Who knew the complications???

A travel blog entry by sueron on Aug 21, 2014

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... there had to be a standardization of time. You can extrapolate from there. Now, what does this all have to do with Longitude? Well, men at sea needed a common way to tell time so they would know where they were at any time, and would be able to deliver things in a timely manner, and they would know when they might realistically be able to count on arriving at a destination.
Many scientists worked on this challenge - and, not being a scientist, I ...