Medway Manor Hotel

Address: 14-16 New Road, Rochester, Kent, England, ME1 1BG, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 14-16 New Road, Rochester, is near Historic Chatham Dockyard, Dickens World, Diggerland, and Royal Engineers Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Rochester

Where it all began....

A travel blog entry by michellepoonia on Dec 20, 2014

... doing a long term trip the more I couldn't let the idea go. Until now I've never spent more than 3 weeks away from home and never travelled solo! So yeah a 12-15month trip alone, is a bit of a leap for me but it seems to make sense! I have a standard 9-5 office job of 8 years and every day spent inside the same 4 walls pushed me another step closer to booking my ticket. I longed for adventure, new experiences and most importantly freedom! I just know there is more to life ...

Day 13, London

A travel blog entry by aheatherly on Jul 11, 2014

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Our flat is nice. It has 2 bedrooms with queen beds plus a double bed in the living room. The kitchen is well equipped with a dishwasher, washer, dryer and dishes. What it lacks is good wifi. There is wifi but all of us get dropped after just a few minutes. We are also having trouble connecting to wifi at places throughout London. It is making communication difficult. We all slept in a bit because we were so tired from our long ...

London day 5

A travel blog entry by susansantiago on May 22, 2014

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... got was tiny streets with sweet kiosks all selling garden related stuff - gloves, tools, furniture, ornaments, sculpture, seeds, water elements, you name it, it was there. There were also several individual "displays" that included elaborate staging using water, all kinds of plants and trees and shrubs, and buildings or benches or urns and pots. Lovely. Also the grand pavilion which was filled with flowers and plants and ...

Westfield and the Museum

A travel blog entry by nickandjulie on Mar 23, 2014

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... long. We really soaked up the first few exhibits, stopping to read all of the information and take photos. But, after about Room 50 we had pretty much seen enough pots and carvings in walls. I think if I was to do it again, I might pay for a guided tour as the part that we did have a tour guide was my favourite part.

That is all for this week. A big week of work, followed by acting as tour guides ourselves from Sunday when Mum and Dad fly in. Looking forward to ...

London - Day 2

A travel blog entry by scottandmel on Dec 10, 2013

... Had steak and ale pies and guiness there. Had a lovely dinner there and then headed home along the river so we could take photos of all the bridges and buildings lit up - what a pretty sight! Caught the train home from the London Bridge and are now heading for bed even tho it's only 9pm - the jetlag really kicks in about this time! Loving every minute of the adventure so far and having the time of our lives!!! :-D
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