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... two pylons, or a power station, wind farm, or mobile home.
A serious litter situation, dereliction of an advanced level and the population to match it.
Was this seriously a popular holiday destination?
Sheerness has been walled in. There is a Sheerness wall not unlike the one in Berlin some time ago, albeit without the colourful graphics. The houses must have a wonderful view of the wall, but just not the sea.
Sheerness boasts an iconic clock tower, one of ...
... number so I wasn't sure that we wanted to walk all that way on sore feet, not knowing if she was even home.
We walked back down the main street, popping into any place that was open to see if we could find a phone book. At the Post Office the postmaster looked up her number on his computer and dialed her farm phone for us, then he handed me the phone. I told her who I was and what we were doing in Staplehurst, and she said ...
... and it's brakes coming down Thailand's highest mountain....all of these things where when I did something to simply scare myself and to see what was there.
3) It's hot, it's cheap, the locals are friendly and I can eat **** tons of noodles and rice for 30p. I can get a paradise hotel in a jungle for $10 a night and I can spend the sunset at ancient temples whilst the sky is filled with bats.
Why the **** wouldn't I go?
... number of years impacting both their accents :). One small example is the very 'British’ "ya know what i mean" uttered rhetorically, that persists in catching Eli off guard whenever he tries to confirm that 'he did-know what they meant' while they have already moved on…
We arrived and met our hosts at the pub. We dropped our bags at their place just long enough for them to hit the floor. Then we went to their local pub. Mia was ...
... glassy eyed expression a few times I gave up on retelling travel stories.
But rather than giving up on the travel stories I just kept them to myself, and instead found myself being bored by other peoples worries about jobs and pensions and insurance and houses and babies and marriages. I'm too young. I felt like a kid at the adults table asking to get down early so I didnt have to listen to the boring converation ...
Other places to stay in Maidstone
Bearsted Road, Maidstone | 3 star hotelfrom $104
Ashford Road, Maidstone | 4 star hotelfrom $105
Castle View, Forstal Road, Maidstone | 3 star hotelfrom $89
802 London Road, Maidstone | 3 star hotelfrom $95
Boughton Lane, Maidstone | 3 star hotelfrom $151
- Nice setting - let down on a few fronts
- Could do better
- Wonderful Hotel with simply the best service and food!
Pilgrims Way, Maidstone | 4 star hotelfrom $110
- A fantastic Christmas haven
- Great Pub...great food...comfy rooms and great location
- Fantastic place, photos dont do it justice - Highly recommended
Allington Lock, Maidstone | Hotelfrom $96
Castle Way, Maidstone | Hotelfrom $87
136 Boxley Road, Maidstone | 3 star hotelfrom $83
Maidstone Motorway Service Area - Junction 8, M20, Hollingbourne, Maidstone | Hotelfrom $72
Oakwood Park , Maidstone | 4 star hotelfrom $118
28 Lower Stone St., Maidstone | Hotelfrom $148
St Michaels Road, Maidstone | 3 star hotelfrom $86
Hubbards Hill Warren Street, Maidstone | 2 star hotelfrom $96
Rock Farm, Gibbs Hill, Maidstone | Hotelfrom $86
74 King Street, Maidstone | 2 star hotelfrom $123
Scragged Oak Road, Maidstone | 3 star hotelfrom $91
London Road, Maidstone | Hotelfrom $85
Roadchef Motorway Svc Area, Maidstone | 2 star hotelfrom $63