Travelodge Ashford

Eureka Leisure Park, Ashford, Kent, England, TN25 4BN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Eureka Leisure Park, Ashford, is near Godmersham House.
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    Travel Blogs from Ashford

    A trip to Canterbury

    A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Sep 07, 2014

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    ... to the city. The pilgrims’ chapel has a wonderful timber framed roof. The docent there was happy to inundate us with history, including pointing out how the building kept getting built out farther into the street with more steps up as fashions in waste disposal changed and the street levels got higher and higher. He also told us, among other gems, that the gates in the old city walls would be closed at sundown. People trying to reach Canterbury ...

    Oct 26, 2013 Sat Bernkastel Reinsport Trier

    A travel blog entry by 3judycarter47 on Oct 29, 2013

    ... sandstone ( that has turned black thru yrs)city gate. Trier was once a Roman Empire outpost. Guide showed us a house w door at 2nd floor only. It was for security so a "ladder" had to lowered to let someone enter !we saw many Roman bldgs & the remains of Roman baths in Treir. Had coffee on Simeonstrasse in front of Porta Nigra. Then back to our ship appx 3 for cruise to last stop - tonite in Schweich for disembarkation Sun am. So sad - on to PARIS. ...

    Canterbury for the Day!

    A travel blog entry by shelby.alex12 on May 21, 2013

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    ... of shops. Kelly and I had our last farewell tea time together in an Italian bistro after class and then tried a meringue because I had never had one. They were different, not sure I'm a huge fan. Upon returning to the train station we met a family walking to pick up their eldest son from school because it was his birthday. His younger brother Michael said he was "nearly 5" and he ...

    White Cliffs of Dover

    A travel blog entry by taylorvacation on Apr 30, 2013

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    ... get to tour the tunnels that were used during WWII. The highest level tunnels (about 15 metres underground) were used as a military hospital during the war, The second level down (30 metres below ground) had a great display about their use through operation Dynamo when the Allied troops were extracted from Dunkirk and the lowest level, which we could not go into, about 45 metres down were used as a government emergency bunker during the Cold war era. The castle ...

    14 Hours Later, And We're Here!

    A travel blog entry by gracepearlgirl on Jun 12, 2012

    4 comments, 17 photos

    ... Ivy House." One has not experienced England I think until they have sat in an English pub drinking cider and watching a "football" match (what we call soccer). Liz and I were in our glory--it's in the little things. :)

    On our way back to our B&B from the pub last night, we decided to--totally impromptu--wander through the town--lit only by streetlamps, and the glowing lights that reflect off the Canterbury Cathedral, towering up in the center of ...