Pavilion View Hotel

Address: 25-26 Fort Crescent, Margate, Kent, England, CT9 1HX, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 25-26 Fort Crescent, Margate, is near Turner Centre, The Shell Grotto, Bleak House Museum, and Ramsgate Maritime Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Margate

The start of some planning...

A travel blog entry by helenoftravels on Aug 10, 2015

... months, then tour around South East Asia for a month, then do a TEFL internship for 2 months, then who knows! Firstly I need to do some preparation!

I have lots of things to organise (as you can imagine!) and one of the things on my to-do list was to start a travel blog, so here it is! I was particularly attracted to this one as it includes a great ...

Rain, rain, go away... come again another day...

A travel blog entry by pkneville on May 08, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... adorable, but I will admit Jared is one very hot dude! Polite, too... I would have taken a photo for you Chris, but I have this funny thing with celebs I happen to bump into - I actually respect their privacy and just smile and walk away. Strange being that I am... Anyway, while London is a most fabulous city - it is also one very expensive city and hence none of you will be getting any souvenirs from there. We bought one pen with I LOVE LONDON on it, but only cause we ...

Fortifications through the ages

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Apr 18, 2014

4 photos

... to become The Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports residence in 1708. Successive Wardens added to it until it has become a lovely country house with pie shaped rooms and gardens. The Duke of Wellington lived and died here. Winston Churchill, Queen Elizabeth and The Queen Mother have all spent time here.

We stayed the night in a lovely Georgian B&B called Churchill's in Dover. It was an easy walk to the ...

Pilgrimage to Canterbury

A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Aug 03, 2013

97 photos

... dissolution of the monasteries by Henry VIII. During the Second World War Canterbury had 10445 bombs dropped in 135 different raids. It has not all been bad though. Canterbury is also the birthplace of Christopher Marlowe, is the site of the world's first passenger railway, and is where the Mayflower was purchased. There is Roman era wall, the ruins of a Norman castle, and, of course, the cathedral. ...

A Very British Day

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Jun 08, 2012

2 comments, 9 photos

... was nice to talk to someone from my side of the pond. The weather continued to be an issue however, and the ferry had to sit in the middle of the channel for an hour to wait for the backlog of ferries to unload. All in all the trip took about 2.5 hrs.

The upside of this was that from the back deck of the ship we got an amazing view of the Cliffs of Dover, and lots of time to take pictures. It was so windy however that you had to hold on quite tightly to the camera in order ...