Fleur de Lis Hotel & Restaurant

Address: 6-8 Delf Street, Sandwich, Kent, England, CT13 9BZ , United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 6-8 Delf Street, Sandwich, is near Deal Castle, Sandwich and Pegwell Bay National Nature Reserve, Ramsgate Maritime Museum, and Princes Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Sandwich

Golf Day Seven - and Lucky Last

A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jul 09, 2015

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Last night I died as soon as my head hit the pillow and I did not stir till 7am. Good breakfast although Derek is restricted due to 'the runs'. Picked up for golf at 9 and driven about 15 minutes to Princes Golf Club. Newer clubhouse as old one burnt down. Very friendly. Hit off about 10 and it was a bit of a struggle at first as we were a four between two threes and we could not keep up so we let the second three through and then relaxed a bit. ...

Travel Day from France to England

A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jul 07, 2015

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... the table saying how we met, our wedding proposal and honeymoon. Very funny and very loud!! Luckily we had a separate room. I don't think we enhanced the reputation of Aussies but we had fun. In bed by 11.30pm. As I am writing this, it is 4am and sleep is difficult. The church bells nearby chime every quarter hour, the birds are already singing and the cars sound as though they may drive through the room. Such is ...

Pilgrimage to Canterbury

A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Aug 03, 2013

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... dissolution of the monasteries by Henry VIII. During the Second World War Canterbury had 10445 bombs dropped in 135 different raids. It has not all been bad though. Canterbury is also the birthplace of Christopher Marlowe, is the site of the world's first passenger railway, and is where the Mayflower was purchased. There is Roman era wall, the ruins of a Norman castle, and, of course, the cathedral. ...

Back on the road in Kent

A travel blog entry by inge.thornton on Dec 01, 2012

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... of the time, (I'm pleased to report that my long johns, thermal vest and fabulous new hat worked just fine) and the farm was often very muddy and wet - as was I by the end of the day. My first week was filled with rather routine tasks - disinfect 20 gates; help with cleaning out the chicken coops; clear the barn out after a burst pipe; separate out thousands of bamboo canes and plastic tree guards and reassemble them. I also spent a fair amount of time cutting back a whole ...

Casing Canterbury

A travel blog entry by billnpat on Apr 20, 2011

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... Very peaceful little spot amongst the corpses of old Vauxhalls.

In the evening we rode back to the Cathedral and discovered everyone entering for some kind of Easter Week service, so in we went. The place was full… probably 1000 of a typical Anglican looking crowd. By that I mean almost entirely gray hair, conservative but comfortable clothing, lots of tweed, and a vaguely intellectual aura about them. The atmosphere in an Anglican church differs noticeably form ...

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