Camden Arms Hotel
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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!
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Grey, wet day. We decided to go to Brixton in search of some new trainers and a cover for my ipod. I had pizza for lunch and later this afternoon we are going to Alix's sister Tiffany's for dinner. She has two rabbits called Peter and Babbit.
... eclectic chorus of sneezing and sinus sniffing. You could have made a fortune selling sinutab on the street corner today. I think the poncho selling man who magically appearing when the rain appeared could consider a complimentary product line.
- If you go out to the garden, are really quiet and listen closely enough, you might be able to hear your plants singing. Of course you will need the technology gadget ...
... done the rounds tasting everything trying to decide what to select for lunch we were full! So we dragged Brad shopping to the famous Oxford circus. Afterwards we headed home for nibbles and then headed to a vietnamese byo, all five of us. Saturday Brad and I met up with my stepbrother Adam in Hyde Park for lunch. We walked around checking out Princess Diana's memorial which was cooler than all the memorials we have seen so far. We went to say hi to Harry at the Kensington ...
... Would we die there within? Thank goodness for ear plugs, Pillows and eye masks, We were grateful for meals, And water filled flasks. The movies were good, But I'd have given anything for, A long silent sleep Stretched out on the floor. Eventually we made it To a Heathrow touch down Sniffly nosed travellers Make their way into town Exhausted and tired We are here at last, The world is our oyster And it's opening up ...
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 ...