Premier Inn Sevenoaks / Maidstone

London Road, Wrotham Heath, Kent, England, TN15 7RX, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on London Road, Wrotham Heath, is near Ightham Mote, Walmer Beach, The London Golf Club - Heritage Course, and London Golf Club - International Course.
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    A travel blog entry by constance20 on Aug 10, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... his installation of ants to address the plight of millions of displaced immigrants who are constantly crossing the planet in search of asylum. The bodies are made of cast human skulls. It's not hard to work out the next piece. Very confronting. An army of child faced figures from conflict zones in the Ivory Coast. Weaver birds construct these incredible sculptural forms on telephones poles as they march across and divide their territory in the Kalahari ...

    Touring around UK

    A travel blog entry by emily_160 on Jul 09, 2014

    1 photo

    ... it yet as we had to first catch a shuttle bus down to the actual site of the stones. Stonehenge is an ancient area where huge stones were raised and placed in certain ways over 4000 years ago. Some stones are placed by themselves but some are arranged on top of one another. As soon as I saw the stones I was blown away by how amazing it all was. The stones were gigantic and the thought of it being built over ...

    Evensong plus steak and Dom

    A travel blog entry by jmayo on Jul 08, 2014

    7 comments, 25 photos

    ... 4. There was a tiny little line which we got in and by 4:30 when they let us into the church the line was huge. Now, London loves their lines (or queues, as they call them) so what happened inside was particularly upsetting. We walked in and past all the statues and plaques marking who's buried there (Winston Churchill! Isaac Newton!). Photography isn't permitted in there but if you've ever seen a Christmas service or wedding or anything televised from there you'll know they have ...

    The Making of Harry Potter

    A travel blog entry by alyce5 on Jun 17, 2014

    41 photos

    ... up, magical creatures, Horcruxes, the process of adapting from book to film. We even got to see Daniel Radcliffe's original audition tape, about Harry dreaming of his parents screaming and dying. The kid can act, seriously. The Magic is Might statue from when Voldemort takes over the Ministry of Magic was one of my favourites, as was seeing the Gryffindor Common Room and dormitories, The ...

    Last day in London

    A travel blog entry by peebee6 on May 12, 2014

    Off to Tate Modern today, bit of a trip on the great, but not as great railway as in Paris. Now this was one to see! Mmm... What can I say... Loads of "modern art" ... pfft... Do not know how they call most of it art. But we did have a good look around, a bit of a giggle thinking our children were such artists, and there was a few Picasso paintings I did like :) had ...