The Frog & Orange

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

The start of some planning...

A travel blog entry by helenoftravels on Aug 10, 2015

Hello all! This is the start of my travel blog.
I have started up this blog so that I can log my travels, and I have listed the places I have booked to go see (but obviously this will be added to, particularly as I tour New Zealand).

This is all very new and exciting to me! I only booked the tickets on Saturday! I will go to New Zealand in January ...

Looping around Ramsgate

A travel blog entry by katemc55 on Jun 11, 2015

1 comment, 15 photos

... encrusted cod and veggies for both. A Chablis from South Africa goes very well at 14.5 pds a bottle. So we decide to do the 3 courses and have caramelised banana with toasted bread, ice cream and cream, when the booked group arrive. They are all speaking French, and we start chatting with one of the blokes, a Mairie (Mayor) from across the channel, who does not speak English, but who we engage in French conversation about Peters croquet, where we ...

Eastbourne to Canterbury

A travel blog entry by marlwhite on Sep 17, 2014

... around is very flat. Continued on to Hythe and then turned inland at Folkstone to drive to Canterbury. As we arrived early enough we checked in at our hotel called the Victoria Hotel and immediately started walking to the centre of town to visit the cathedral. The streets are cobblestones malls in the centre with lovely shops. It was graduation day for all the Uni students and there were so many students with their parents. The church ...

Mixed feelings.

A travel blog entry by suerussdrury on Jun 28, 2014

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... we are working on the theory that if we can't come back, everything that is left in Winston, goes with him. So we are bring home things that we will just have to bring back again.
We did some washing, cleaned out cupboards and packed things away. The plus part of all this is there will be more space to fill up when we get back.
That's about it, only two more sleeps.
Love from Sue and ...


A travel blog entry by zinzi on Nov 30, 2013


... t that difficult as I tought it would be. And I didn't have to go to far under the groud. So yeah, it wasn't that bad. I can acctually do this thing. Hooray for me :) My first stop was the tower of london. Very beautifull! I saw the crown jewels, and paid a visit to the bloody tower and (of course) the torture tower. Saw some cool stuff there. Then I went over the tower bridge and search for the oldest operating theater. An old hospital ...