Hever Hotel

Address: Hever Road, Hever, Kent, England, TN8 7NP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hever Road, Hever, is near Hever Castle and Chartwell, Winston Churchill's Home.
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      Iceland is Niceland, the UK is OK

      A travel blog entry by caryn.solomon on Jul 29, 2014

      1 comment

      West fjords stole my heart. Long list of updates here. Talknafjordor might be the happiest place on earth. I haven't been everywhere yet, but its a good guess so far(totally biased). This birthday weekend has been the best I can ever recall. I had a weekend of bathing in thermal pools, hiking, drinking canteens full of of vodka, burning giant pyres on the beach, eating local food(insert judgment of my eating whale meat), getting the visiting Kiwis to teach vikings ...


      A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Jun 21, 2014

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      ... and salads. Good evening!

      We had a full day in London while everyone else was at work so wanted to tick off a few more touristy things we hadn't had time for on previous trips. We called into Harrods to see what all the fuss was about. Played a little bit of "look how ridiculously expensive this is" (3,999 soft toy giraffe anyone?), saw the really strange Dodi and Diana memorial, and the various garish decorations like the Egyptian sculptures on the way up ...

      Watching the English

      A travel blog entry by jennrdickman on Jun 14, 2014

      ... out weather talk as a way to overcome social inhibitions, especially the prevalence in younger people. I think of the weather as a kind of boring topic i would only talk about if it is truly that awkwardly silent and there is nothing else I can think of to say, or if I am speaking with an older adult and feel we have little common ground. But this kind of 'choreographed' exchange seems to go hand in hand with the English perceived sense of value in manners and such. It ...

      Week 14 means English fun and nachos galore.

      A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on May 15, 2014

      15 photos

      ... to catch the bus back. Before I started ranting about how worried I was Leandra put on our favorite show, which shut me up quickly, Come dine with me England. Thank god for English cable tv. Today was not my best day. Spent the rest of the afternoon trying to cook dinner via text message instructions. Was fun and interesting, though I didn't like the part where my phone screen had smudges of rice and sauce that refused to come off. Out of the blue Leandra dropped the idea of ...

      Uk and France 2013

      A travel blog entry by car1963 on Dec 19, 2013

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... UK. Must say, it was a lot of fun – plenty of frights, screams and gooseflesh!! We spent the afternoon on the HMS Belfast – very interesting and Matt was in his element. On the way home, we stopped off at Harrods, then headed home for an early night.

      Thursday arrived and there was blue sky!! It’s been overcast, chilly and drizzled on and off until today, so although still chilly, at least it was brighter! Matthew went to the RAF Museum ...