The Falstaff Hotel

Address: 8 - 10 St Dunstans Street, Canterbury, Kent, England, CT2 8AF, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 8 - 10 St Dunstans Street, Canterbury, is near Canterbury Cathedral, The Canterbury Tales, Roman Museum, and Museum of Canterbury (Formerly Heritage Museum).
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    A lovely coastal walk

    A travel blog entry by nicknurden on Jul 12, 2015

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    ... not as late as getting to the ship and back. So we wandered round the harbour here for 45 mins looking at the boats (including a Dunkirk veteran) till 12.00 and we wanted to eat.

    Lunch lived up to expectation Bridget had a fantastic seafood salad with crabs, tuna, prawns and lobster and I had a Crab club sandwich which was lovely. All washed down with a couple of beers, enjoying a nice view ...


    A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on Apr 10, 2015

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    Our final morning in London. Nothing planned, although I had hoped to get one last use of our tourist ticket. But it didn't happen, and we were keen to get on our way. The rental car booking last night entered a noon pickup by default, and we just went with that, while hoping that the car might be ready early. We asked for a taxi pickup at 11, and the rental office was only about 10 minutes away. There were no other customers, so we were away in about 20 minutes. ...

    A Real Canterbury Tale

    A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom on Aug 30, 2014

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    ... of one of the most famous murders in history.The time was 1170. King Henry II and the Archbishop of Canterbury of that time, Thomas Becket, were involved in a dispute over the rights and privileges of the Church. King Henry supposedly said, " Who will rid me of this turbulent priest?" What he actually said is in doubt, but 4 knights interpreted it as a command to go and kill Becket and rode to Canterbury and killed him. The Cathedral ...

    Thanks, Otterbox, you're a pal!

    A travel blog entry by daniellechalk on Jun 02, 2014

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    ... enable this pandemic and thrive on the empty attention, but that’s not the gender that has me throwing my phone at anything it will ricochet off. I cringe at the quota of articles calling us the “empty hook up” generation because the gratification is cool for the time being, but we’re fracturing ourselves for the long term when it comes to being able to instill trust and faith in the one who finally deserves to be let in wholly because we’re ...

    Kent, Maidstone

    A travel blog entry by bignige on Aug 26, 2013

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    ... different Vauxhall Zaffiras (every mile piloted by Neil), spent over 3,500 per couple and collected 62 thimbles. A fantastic achievement if you don’t include the thimbles.

    It wasn’t long before we started to talk about our next Senses challenge.

    Neil mentioned his five senses all have something to do with Wakefield Trinity winning the challenge cup final and we all agreed that this was unattainable, which also turned out ...