Sherwood Hotel

Address: 8 Ethelbert Crescent, Margate, Kent, England, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 8 Ethelbert Crescent, Margate, is near Turner Centre, The Shell Grotto, Bleak House Museum, and Ramsgate Maritime Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Margate

      Fleeing Folkestone

      A travel blog entry by cduval on Apr 09, 2015

      1 comment, 10 photos

      John Betjeman begged friendly bombs to fall on Slough.

      How about-- Come rising seas and swallow up Folkestone?

      Words can't adequately convey the sheer awfulness of this town. The sea and pebbly beach are perfectly nice - but good grief!

      The horrible 60s brutalistic architecture - right on the beach front, the litter, the huge expanse of black asphalt stretching as far as the eye can see - on the beach!

      I guess it used to be where ...

      Sat - Nav

      A travel blog entry by jo.kidd2 on Jun 13, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... This is amazing. According to legend in 1835 James Newlove lowered his son into a hole in the ground that had appeared during the digging of a duck pond. The boy emerged describing tunnels covered with shells. He had discovered the Shell Grotto, it's walls decorated with strange symbols mosaiced in 4.6million shells. Noone can explain why or by whom. It really is worth a visit if you are over this way.

      No Bluebirds, but Wow

      A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Aug 03, 2013

      55 photos

      ... the Iron Age. You can see my photos below of the Roman Pharoses (a.k.a. lighthouses) which were built after the Romans invaded in AD 43.The church I took pictures of is Norman. The castle itself was built during Henry II's reign and was completed during the 1180s. That makes this castle around the same age as the castle in Canterbury-quite the difference in the way they have been preserved. Henry II was the great builder of keeps. Henry used this tower as a residence, but it ...

      Dover to Calais

      A travel blog entry by jen.greening on Apr 09, 2013

      10 photos

      ... and watching the water. After an hour and a half we docked in Calais. Just like that, we were in France! Everything is so close together here. It's really amazing to us, like traveling between states!

      As we walked to the passenger exit, we gathered with the rest of our tour group. In all, there are sixteen of us, so it's a relatively small group which is very nice. It's easy to talk to everyone. We all waited and waited for the door to open, but ...

      From Lincoln to home territory

      A travel blog entry by eskimo on Sep 09, 2011

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... these ceremonies normally are, we were a little surprised. The realisation that perhaps we were in the wrong place dawned on us, and a quick walk back to the Cathedral’s west entrance confirmed that we had missed the proceedings by a minute or two!

      A lovely evening catching up on events of the last year and a quick check on the weather forecast for tomorrow’s flight and we were ready to retire for the night.

      Friday ...