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

      Fleeing Folkestone

      A travel blog entry by cduval on Apr 09, 2015

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... the musings of the possible positive impact of melting ice caps and rising seas begin enter my mind.

      We saw a sign to the "Creative Quarter". Surely this was worth investigating. It had to be better than Asphalt Wasteland-on-Sea and the garish skate-board field that covers what is actually a quite decent shore line.

      It turned out to be a few rather attractive (in their time i.e. about 100 years ago) vacant buildings with boarded-up windows. ...

      From Stratford to Folkestone and parts in between

      A travel blog entry by pseudonym on Jun 28, 2014

      9 comments, 10 photos

      ... Another interesting feature was the fact that it lies under short final to the main runway at a local RAF station and there were, at times, a procession of transport type aircraft for Peter to ogle (the calf wasn't a big attraction for him).

      Oxford was beautiful even though the day turned out to be a little damp. Remarkably clean, and it looked like all the sandstone in the city had just been ...

      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

      ... on a trolley in the A and E department I was admitted to the eye ward which had its own pet rat!! (I really rate the NHS)!! I must say a very big thank you to Richard and Heather on Cronulla who we met along the way, for all their help and kindness. After 2 weeks of regular doses of Morphine I managed to get discharged and flew straight home to Mum and Dad for convalescence. Thanks to all my family too. I am a lot better now with regular medication and ready to ...

      Freak weather, fractures and frustration

      A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Jul 15, 2012

      3 comments, 9 photos

      ... with Mike and Nicole for a week while the caravan was being sorted, and they had some fantastic news for us, which lifted our damp spirits – they had got engaged! Nicole was very proud of her beautiful ring, and already thinking about the wedding. So that’s something to look forward to when our travels are over!

      For the next few days John set out for the station early every morning then ...