Camden Arms Hotel
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The honeymoon (part 1)
It wouldn't have been a 'real' holiday for Nick & I had we been in the same place for two weeks. I think in the time we've been together we've only had one holiday where we've stayed in the same place. Our honeymoon consisted of: two cities, two towns, two villages, four train journeys, three plane journeys, one …
... views and shipwrecks. Turner was very clever depicting light, from sunlight to moonlight, I found his work very inspiring, it would be so good to be able to paint like that. After walking around some of the back streets we have seen what we wanted to see in Greenwich and we got to see Greenwich on a nice day, fourth time lucky.
Sue and ...
... passengers we waiting, In the lounge patiently. Eventually we boarded After kind massage chairs, For the long drawn out journey, Brydie's biggest of fears. The first leg was fine To Sydney, first stop We were fed yummy ice cream And chicken hot pot. Then the hardest flights dawned, 13 hours plus 8, Virgin Atlantic, We rested our fate. Seats were small, straight and upright, Air con dried out our skin, Was it hot? was ...
On Friday the 3rd we had our induction day with our teaching agency. At the end of the day we went to the pub for a few ales and then were picked up by Linda Bowen, who would be a colleague of mine at Weald of Kent. She'd kindly agreed to put us up at her place until we found somewhere more permanent to live.
We looked at a property on Saturday and then moved in on the Sunday, so were on the move again within a couple of days. It's a share house ...
... paid for a Benedictine abbey to be built on the site of the battlefield in memory of the fallen. The abbey was destroyed in the Dissolution of the monasteries under Henry VIII. Some ruins remain. At the dissolution in 1538 the monks were all given a yearly pension for life of 10 Pounds, and the Abbot was given a lifetime pension of 100 Pounds per annum for life. The abbot moved from the abbey to comfortable lodgings on ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCamden Arms Hotel Pembury
We stayed in the Camden Arms Hotel in August 2011 and had an amazing time. The room was beautiful with exquisite furniture. The food was delicious and served by ever friendly staff. The garden was really nice & relaxing.
I would definitely recommend this to anyone!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.