Tudor Park, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club

Address: Ashford Road, Maidstone, Kent, England, ME14 4NQ, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Ashford Road, Maidstone, is near Leeds Castle, Chislehurst Caves, and North Downs Way National Trail.
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      Like a Rolling (Maid)Stone

      A travel blog entry by reynauld on Jul 22, 2014

      14 photos

      ... br>
      I found the local museum and information centre, The museum was small and nicely all about the local finds and bequeaths. There are lots of Roman and Anglo-Saxon finds around Kent, and it's nice to see them in a local context. The Kentish Regiment gets a room as well to display their old uniforms, medals and citations.

      There is also an excellent exhibition on women's fashion over the last 150 years that some ...

      Welcome home

      A travel blog entry by charlie.brick on Apr 25, 2014

      1 photo

      ... to kill me by crushing me or from the noxious gas his body released at night

    • We caught up with friends from home and found out that we know a few people living in London
    • We experienced rain for the first time in months...
    • We found a place to live :)
    • I am now writing this from our flat in Bethnal Green, East London. The suburb is a little bit "rough around the edges" (I did hear a guy threatening ...

      Day 108: The other 0'00"

      A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Feb 02, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... college we stopped by the beautifully painted chapel first. It was not a huge chapel but the bright colors inside gave it a large feel. There were not any concerts going on at the time but the acoustics there were supposed to be really good. From there we took the underground passage over to the painted hall. It is equally as impressive with the detailed art painted on the ceilings inside. This place actually felt more like a chapel because of ...

      Randall Chrissy pressie

      A travel blog entry by cathterry on Dec 30, 2013

      1 comment, 48 photos

      ... and we're back in Westminster. Today is: Trafalgar Square where they've erected (for lack of a better word) a new sculpture in July, a giant blue rooster, aptly called 'Cock'. It certainly stands out amongst all the bronzed and stone statues that have been there for so many years. Downing Street, past no. 10, but Mr Cameron's not in, so a picture of the street name and the guards out the front will do as our memory. Queens Horses Guards, which when you walk through we're back ...

      Living with the Masai

      A travel blog entry by hannahbatchelor on Aug 30, 2013

      ... pen!

      While we were there we were able to go to a wedding and a baptism. The wedding was like a traditional English wedding, except for the beaded jewellery and the Masai blankets everyone wore, but the ceremony was very similar. The baptism was the same, although we were amazed by the presents the family got for the baby - they must have got at least 1000 worth!

      Although there were good moments, the Masai certainly wasn't our highlight. The culture is very sexist, and ...