The Frog & Orange

Address: Shatterling, Canterbury, Kent, England, CT3 1JR, United Kingdom | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Shatterling

A lovely coastal walk

A travel blog entry by nicknurden on Jul 12, 2015

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... warm wind so not unpleasant to walk. We arrived into Ramsgate at about 11.15. We went to look at a restaurant for lunch that had good write ups on Trip Advisor ( http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant _Review-g186314-d2269435-Reviews-Terrac e_Garden_Cafe-Ramsgate_Isle_of_Thanet_K ent_England.html ) and decided we wanted to eat there for lunch (lovely looking seafood salads and dishes), not quite ...

Looping around Ramsgate

A travel blog entry by katemc55 on Jun 11, 2015

1 comment, 15 photos

... Janet donkeys' as she and her maid went out with umbrellas to shoo away the boys with donkeys taking a short cut across her land! It was a small museum, with a range of Dickens memorabilia, drawings and some of his furniture, as well as Victoriana furnishings from the period. A very enthusiastic fellow, who could have been a Dickens character gave me an introduction to the house, which was not overflowing with visitors by any means. Lots ...

Garden 1, sissinghurst

A travel blog entry by tedandanne on Jul 03, 2014

... decides to eat her chocolate i e cream lying down. She arises from a baptism of chocolate sauce! The veg garden is as uninspiring so we head for Hastings, which turns out to be too far in the heat. However. pleasant hour on the pebbles followed by a yummy meal and 2 pints of cider at the squirrel inn cured all. Kids were in good humour and were entertained by a strange ape like toddler. Back to the van and shower for kids then bed. I booked us until ...

Hello, goodbye

A travel blog entry by boval on Dec 06, 2013

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... parked in Bill's driveway and slept in it there. Bo had met Bill back in June while we were staying across the road at the B & B for a week. We seem to be attracted to the Chatham area where Bill lives, as on the day we first drove into Canterbury in early June, we stopped at a motorhome sales yard which is on the corner of this rural road, and every time we go into town from Bills it reminds us of our first day in Canterbury.
Through Bill, we went to a ...

The Whole Two Week Cruise in One Blog!

A travel blog entry by gypsying on May 19, 2013

... invasion. The sight is impressive and all the graves are very moving. I don’t know what was more moving: seeing individual names on each grave marker (there were crosses and some Jewish stars), or the ones that were for unidentified soldiers. So much wasted young life!!! From there we drove to Bayeux to see the “tapestry”, which is actually an embroidery. It’s 70 meters long and less than one meter tall. It dates ...