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

Jack takes a holiday far far away

A travel blog entry by jbishop1991 on Nov 15, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... there after is up-in-the-air, but we'll cross that bridge when we need to! For the time being this blog can hopefully create a permanent log of my trip (I'm an awful photo taker), whilst also keeping various family members and friends up to date with my doings and reassuring them that I am okay!! I will try and keep it up to date every few days based on internet connection and how much fun I am having! See you on the other side! ...

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

A travel blog entry by pkneville on May 08, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... and Russians in this city rival those from the Sub-continent, the Caribbean and Asia. We even stayed in a .2 star Russian Gulag - don't get us wrong - they were not out to rip us off blind - all charges were listed up front (we knew it was going to be extremely basic, but the prison-like cells were still a bit of a shock - as were the 30 second showers...) We met up with our good friend Keith who we hadn't seen since our honeymoon (30 years ago) but graciously showed us ...

We are sailing...

A travel blog entry by bobjanescott on Aug 05, 2013

2 comments, 2 photos

... as the ship departed. A little disappointed that the Coldstream Guards were not playing on the quayside as we left but hopefully they'll be there to welcome us back. Then went on a guided tour of the ship which was useful to find our bearings. As it is quite a small ship, maximum 700 passengers over 12 decks not too difficult. Prior to dinner we sat on deck at the back of the boat having a drink. We were the ...

From Lincoln to home territory

A travel blog entry by eskimo on Sep 09, 2011

1 comment, 15 photos

... airfields, both in current use and from the days of WWII, the Cathedral is home to three chapels dedicated to the armed forces. The chapel for the RAF contains, amongst other artefacts, a bench/pew in memory of the 1,140 airmen from Australia, and a stained glass window honouring 200 from New Zealand, who had given their lives in the many bombing missions flown from the local airfields. Visiting this was a more poignant moment for us as we fondly ...

1066 The Battle of Hastings

A travel blog entry by rickandwill on Jul 23, 2011

11 photos

... date in English history as it was the year the Normans defeated the English at he Battle of Hastings. I know that the Aussies beat the **** out of the Poms many a time but this was a little earlier and cricket had not been invented yet. I am aware that the Test Martches were more important than this little battle but has not been recorded in history as such.
More seriously, the audio tour they offer vividly describes and re-creates the sounds of the very battle on the very ...