The Harrow Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews The Harrow Inn Maidstone
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Had a great day at Leeds castle- picnic with the geese and ducks then onto the castle with a little history. Then it was chaos in the fortress as Archie got me to cross nets and bridges. He suggested I go down the tunnel but I said I wouldn't fit - to be confirmed by two youngsters (no barriers in thoughts there). Then through the famous ...
... a lazy afternoon catching up with all the news, showing them around our new van and making a fuss of their dog Glen. Neil and I decided to eat in the campsite cafe that night and then went back to share a bottle of Tim's fizz to christen our van and to toast the ...
... world! While we were there we went to the famous shopping malls, saw the Burj Khalifa (the tallest building in the world), the Burj Al Arab (the only 7*hotel in the world), and we visited the spice souk and bought far too many pairs of shoes! Every day was 44 degrees plus, so we did spend a lot of time in the pool keeping cool, and of course working on the tans!
Too soon it was time to leave and get back to the real world. We are now both back home and happily planning trips 3 and ...
... Very busy there and lots of families eating. We had Pina Coladas with our fajitas and lime swordfish! Delicious but ordered way too much and was very full after. Took a doggy bag home for Mrinmoy's dinner. A big drive around and many wild goose chases before we finally found a bicycle lock at Tex (I had forgotten how early the shops shut here). Home for Kim to put the kids to bed and then pick up Mrin from cricket - his team won ...
... We walked up to where there is still a wheelwright shop sign hanging outside a residence that was converted to a duplex from the former business. We took lots of pictures of the place and, getting no answer at the right side door, we talked to the young renter on the left side, but she knew nothing of the history of the place and didn't invite us in. Further down Chapel Lane were farmers' fields and a white church.
We then ...