Seabrook House

81 Seabrook Road, Hythe, Kent, England, CT21 5QW, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 81 Seabrook Road, Hythe, is near Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, Crypt of St. Leonard, and Reinden Wood.
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    What a difference a year makes!

    A travel blog entry by dorettepaul14 on Aug 12, 2014

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    After planning and planning for a year (little over!) the
    day has finally come for us to start our travels. Our flight is tonight at 9pm
    and we are being picked up shortly. I am very exited and cant wait for the
    adventure to start.

    I look forward to updating the blog as we travel... first stop THAILAND!

    On a side note....

    A year ago I made a list of 30 things to do before I am 30. I found the list recently and have decided to try to complete the list. ...

    T minus one day

    A travel blog entry by dorettepaul14 on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... and a little more philanthropic one day. For now my work and study should keep me out of trouble. As for the travel, our most amazing feat has been to reduce our entire lives into two backpacks and two microwave sized boxes. Before the great purge Dorette and I filled a two bedroom flat with our belongings. It's confirmed what I already knew - we over consume. That's damaging on many levels, not least the ...

    Day 14 ~ Riding the railway

    A travel blog entry by edwardsfamtrips on Aug 08, 2013

    ... Dover might be busy. Thankfully we ended up getting to the train before it left & only a couple of small disagreements in the car. We all sat in one train car though it had multiple spaces for people to sit. We rode the train all the way to end of the line in Dungeness which is where they have a nuclear power plant. All of the children seemed to enjoy the ride. Mr kept wanting to stick his face out the window ...

    A day at the seaside

    A travel blog entry by williamluff on Jul 06, 2013

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    ... and ninety minutes of uninspiring views later, we arrive in Whitstable. Following both the signs for the harbour, and our fellow passengers who all seem to know where they're going, we wander along the streets until we come to the quays, which aren't particularly picturesque, featuring huge mounds of rock, salt and sand piled high and being loaded onto a ship.

    However, along one side stretches an array of black-wood beach huts dubbed Whitstable Harbour ...

    From Chartwell to Canterbury

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Oct 12, 2012

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    ... was built by German POWs in 1946. This made me curious, of course, and I learned later that the last German POWs were repatriated in November 1948. In the meantime, they were used as construction crews. Over 40,000 opted to remain in the UK. after the house, we strolled through the garden, looking at the few remaining blooms. Churchill's studio was also open. The studio displays more of his paintings and a few gift works of art he received. One ...