The Gordon House Hotel

91 High Street, Rochester, Kent, England, ME1 1LX, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 91 High Street, Rochester, is near Historic Chatham Dockyard, Dickens World, Diggerland, and Royal Engineers Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Rochester

    Planes, Trains and London

    A travel blog entry by leeeleee on Dec 28, 2013

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    It's always odd how in the weeks leading up to going overseas, time just seems to go abnormally fast. Or maybe that's just me bring super disorganized and leaving everything until the last minute. This time I did just that: literally 5 hours before my flight, I was still throwing in ski jackets and shoes and souvenirs and other random things. That probably explains why my suitcase ended up weighing exactly 30.6kg.

    Our flight to London left on December 28 at 6am, ...

    To the Theatre

    A travel blog entry by kleina39 on Oct 01, 2013

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    ... and extremely useful. Using a combination of the bus and tube can get you to almost every square inch of London, which is really quite amazing. Another thing about the bus system that I didn't realize was that the red double-decker buses are the buses for public transport. I always thought they were just sightseeing vehicles but not so! It's really cool that these iconic buses are just ...

    Rochester and Canterbury

    A travel blog entry by canddosborne on Sep 24, 2013

    Its a pea souper of a fog this morning, although the sun should be later.
    We have the day to spend primarily at Canterbury, but first to Dover. The cliffs were there in the fog, but it was hard to tell if they were white or not. Up to Dover castle standing above them, another example of norman construction. This was one large castle, or maybe just that theres more of it left, than others we have been to.
    it has a maze of tunnels underground and a maze of passages above. I ...

    Day 9, Thursday 15 August 2013 - safari

    A travel blog entry by loupestell on Aug 20, 2013

    ... everywhere! After about 20 mins and a cup of tea, Simon took us on our first game drive. We were so excited to enter the park which was a minutes drive from our camp. We quickly saw zebra, impalas and gazelles. The park was huge and beautiful. Claire really wanted to see a giraffe so was pleased to see some on our first drive too. We were driving along when Simon suddenly turned and started driving really fast having heard something on the radio. Laura and I were coming out of our ...

    Day 9 ~ Rochester & getting to Ramsgate

    A travel blog entry by edwardsfamtrips on Aug 03, 2013

    ... ok. Then we walked over by the cathedral & we decided to go in. The cathedral turned out to be a lovely place. They had a search and find for missy that she greatly enjoyed. We then headed to the castle & walked around the grounds. Inside there were some steps & things we could have seen but Jon wasn't in the mood to carry mr up 250 - something stairs so we skipped that. We then went down to the park by ...