Wierton Hill, Boughton Monchelsea, Maidstone, Kent, England, ME17 4JT, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Wierton Hill, Boughton Monchelsea, Maidstone, is near Leeds Castle, Chislehurst Caves, North Downs Way National Trail, and Russian Submarine.
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Drury, so very English.

A travel blog entry by suerussdrury on Jan 25, 2014

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... on the table all safe and sound and remembered we forgot to get a powerboard. Russ put back on his shoes and said "you cook the stew, I'll be back in a minute" but didn't take his waterproof coat, he made it back down to the shops and we got a storm and it bucketed down. Another lesson in England, always take your jacket, Russ got home very soggy and we now own a powerboard and an umbrella. By 4:30 today it was dark, but we are nice and warm and dry with a big ...


A travel blog entry by simoncardnell on Oct 06, 2013

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I finished my first 50k today in 3 hours, 54 minutes and 34 seconds. My running was really strong and consistent up until 30k. The route started in Hyde park and weaved past the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and London eye before following the Thames through eight parks finishing in Bushy park. I initially paced myself alongside the (eventual) leading lady who had ...

The Outer Hebrides Experience!

A travel blog entry by narabouts on May 06, 2013

... waiting for them. They were late arriving because Tim had caught his back bumper trying to negotiate around a bus, the driver of which refused to move. They had to wait for the AA to do a running repair but it was good to see them when they arrived. We walked about 10 mins from the site in the evening to a lovely olde worlde pub called The Crown and had a superb meal and enjoyed spending time catching ...


A travel blog entry by mbgower on Mar 22, 2013

... at which Londoners hasten about at all hours pounds the humanity out of their faces, averts their eyes from everyone about them to focus on the singular goal of their destination.The smooth, relatively noiseless Jubilee Line only punctuates the absence of speech in the car; one assumes someone somewhere on this train knows the person next to them and might want to chat? Imagine a crammed elevator ride that lasts not 30 seconds but ...

Sheer(ness) ghastliness

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Nov 09, 2012

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... live here lived in hulks of old war ships in the harbour.

Conditions were dreadful. Theft was rife, sanitation poor and malaria a problem. In the 1820s these houses were burnt down and better housing was built, but the name remains.

Lord Brabazon's Royal Aero club was formed here in the early 1900s to popularise ballooning. I guess in those days there were not as many pylons to get entangled with. Today it might be more tricky! But the place had many well known ...

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