The Inn on the Lake

Address: Shorne, Gravesend, Kent, England, DA12 3HB, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Shorne, Gravesend, is near Diggerland and Isle of Thanet.
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      Day 27 London

      A travel blog entry by wombat.one on Jul 09, 2014

      9 photos

      ... in, we are given about 90 minutes for lunch. For simplicity, we decide to eat in a Cafe just adjacent to the Cathedral and it gives us a chance to take breath as well.

      We reassemble at 1.30pm and go into the Cathedral. We are left spellbound as we enter this building. Its construction started in the 1670s and it took over 31 years to finish. it is simply an architectural masterpiece. It sits upon the highest point in London and is almost 160 metres long and ...

      And that it

      A travel blog entry by oofy84 on May 26, 2014

      ... half as good as the last 4 then Viv Edge is gonna be sorely disappointed and one sorry camper at Ronaldsway Airport in t-minus 8 hours.

      Chocca Fif.

      So yer anyhow I set out with the purpose of this hyperbolic tripe representing a fair reflection of my first year gallivanting amongst the streets of Soho in the world’s number one megacity that is The Big Smoke; Blightey; London.

      Didn’t disappoint from ...

      DAY 1 LONDON (Dover) - Paris (Calais)

      A travel blog entry by caraswishfishyo on Feb 15, 2014

      ... I'll be with them every place we stay. Wish my luck. X Just reached the last 2 hours of the journey to the hotel, whilst driving I saw some red lights in the far distance. I thought they were where all the financial buildings were like in the UK but as we got closer It was almost like a light flashing on and off and another rotating. But they were giant white windmills. Crazy! 18 hours it's taken to get to ******* ...

      The family marathon and pub grub

      A travel blog entry by nathanandclare on Dec 12, 2013

      10 photos

      After our whirlwind adventure in South America, it was time to head home for a quick stop off before heading to Asia. We had 2 and a half days, and as we have given up our beloved flat and are flying in and out of London, we decided to stick around in the city, so everyone kindly came to meet us. We were staying in Earls Court, and it was so nice to sit on the tube and hear cockney accents and be able to understand what people were chatting about. The first thing on ...

      London

      A travel blog entry by shirleynaomi on Sep 25, 2013

      5 photos

      ... Station! Some walking! Not long after we returned to our apartment, Glenn phoned, and said they had arrived. We all caught up and went out to a pub for dinner. We shared stories of the places we had stayed and visited. We went to a pub on Earls Court Road, but it was noisy, we will look for something better tomorrow night. We found that pubs on Earls Court road are different to the pubs in the country areas and city. Noisy music and really set up for young people in the ...