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TravelPod Member ReviewsGlenwood Hotel Margate
Comfortable and clean, we were shown to our room. We paid for breakfast when booking but no offer was made to accommodate our early departure. Our room was obviously above the owners' living quarters - tv very loud! Bed also rather small, perhaps a 3/4 size?!
All in all, a good nights sleep but could've been a bit cheaper than £60!
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I also suspect they uttered that age old call to arms of all young males looking for the boundries of their world and tempting natural selection.
Be it squeaks chirps or barks all young males say the same thing. "Hey fellas, WATCH THIS".
... tourists coming in slowly.. on a lazy
Next on the itinerary, Canterbury Cathedral, another
one hour from Leeds castle.. in Kent County, is one of the oldest and
most famous cathedrals in england..
With a history dating back
to 597AD when St Augustine, sent by
Pope Gregory the Great as a missionary, established his Cathedra (seat)
in Canterbury. In 1170, Arch Bishop Thomas Becket was murdered