The Bull Hotel

Address: Bull Lane, Wrotham, Kent, England, TN15 7RF, United Kingdom | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn, located on Bull Lane, Wrotham, is near Ightham Mote, Walmer Beach, The London Golf Club - Heritage Course, and London Golf Club - International Course.
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      This elevated family was smokin' !!

      A travel blog entry by sueron on Jul 10, 2014

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      ... interest to us both was a giant oak tree - reputed to be over 1,000 years old!
      We continue to get our exercise - we walked a mile and a half UPHILL to get there from the tube station and that same distance back - ahhhh, the glories of downhill:)
      Tomorrow, we split up, for our one and only time. Ron is off to Bletchley Park; Sue goes to Bekonscot Village.

      Limpley Stoke mooring

      A travel blog entry by pamhislop56 on May 19, 2014

      ... bridge and then back up hill to Winsley village where intermittent connection and found mum was now in hospital and v poorly...Heath needing to feed her and b with her to press buzzer for assistance. V worrying news. Heath said Marg would be filling me in but no news! Returned to boat and quite concerned tho know nothing can be done. First time to sit and sew at front of boat and glass of Prosecco.. Then heading off to turning circle and other bridge to explore Limpley Stoke ...

      A Foggy Day in London Town

      A travel blog entry by aleciaelliot on Mar 26, 2014

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      ... these walls are prettier than construction sites, they can be a bit troublesome to a newbie like myself. The walls obscure buildings and street signs, so that if you end up in a construction area, it can be hard to maneuver your way out of the maze of walls. In the Victoria Bus station, they have completely gutted it and made an insane path between the walls inside for metro users to fumble their way through. It was like that experiment where you put a rat in ...

      London Part 2

      A travel blog entry by bluzygirl108 on Dec 07, 2013

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      ... like I've seen on tv haha. Then we started walking to Big Ben, which I was the most excited to see! =) They were all very close to each other so we could walk to each site.

      Big Ben was the greatest! It was one of my favorite things I got to see. It's courtyard was also decorated for Christmas with a big tree with lights and a star on top. The architecture of it was just beautiful. Creepy and elegant at the same time, very intimidating. Close to ...

      London Day 2

      A travel blog entry by sarahgarb on Sep 16, 2013

      ... morning tea, milan had a choc chip cookie that was bigger than his hand, dior had a hot chocolate and we shared a raspberry tart which had a crown dusted tool with icing sugar. We then went on a river cruise down the Thames river right in the heart of London. We saw the Tower bridge and the London Bridge. We went to an English pub for lunch right across from Westminster Abbey. We then walked across the road to Westminster Abbey. Here is where ...