The Ship Inn

Address: 65 Sandgate High Street, Folkestone, Kent, England, CT20 3AH, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located on 65 Sandgate High Street, Folkestone, is near Crypt of St. Leonard and Reinden Wood.
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    Travel Blogs from Folkestone

    The Crossroads Motel!

    A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on Jun 11, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... my grey velour upholstery on many an occasion...... " BUT.......I'm going to show you......I can make it to The Czech Republic (and back). Haaaaah!" I must admit Neddy still looks pretty OK despite a couple of nasty scratches and a scuffed lower bumper. However, I am careful to park it some way away at any business meetings.... 1545. Wild stuffing of kit into my case. A token office shirt...hay ...

    From Stratford to Folkestone and parts in between

    A travel blog entry by pseudonym on Jun 28, 2014

    9 comments, 10 photos

    ... There being too much to take in, we elected to walk the streets and sample the local coffee and food. And, best of all, visit the Ashmolean Museum. Apparently this is the oldest museum in the UK. Our few hours there only allowed us a brief glimpse of all it has to offer. Another visit is a must for us!

    Time was getting short for our departure to the Continent so on Saturday we drove our longest leg. ...

    Waiting for Santa ……...

    A travel blog entry by pandb on Dec 08, 2013

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... Bridget writes …

    I really enjoyed riding high in ‘le camping car’ and seeing the wonderful scenery, especially the autumn colours. We did tire of staying in the areas that the French call Aires, designed for motor homes, but which are basically car parks. Some were more landscaped than others and some were very busy. It was good to discover parts of the country that we had not seen before. It was ...

    You never know what is around the corner .....

    A travel blog entry by pandb on Jul 12, 2013

    9 comments, 13 photos

    ... we sort things out. I will let Bridget tell you about it. I hope everyone out there is doing well and still enjoying life. Bridget writes ... It hasn't all been bad.......we had a lovely time in the Dominican Republic, despite our worries of going there. The new Commandant was charming and we were not hassled for extra money. We met some lovely people, locals and cruisers and our friends on Jack Tar, who we hadn't seen since we left Turkey. We had a great ...

    Making a pligrimage to Canterbury

    A travel blog entry by kaizen on Nov 26, 2012

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... desperate, I managed spend quite a bit of time with a lady who was prowling the crypt. She gave me lots of extra bits not on the audio guide. She also showed me a small side chapel I may just have passed by without noticing the colourful frescoes on the side wall. Apparently they were not afraid of colour in the medieval period, bit like the Irish today. The cathedral walls which are a calming beige today, were much more colourful back then however time and wear ...