The Ship Inn

Address: 118 High Street, Dymchurch, Kent, England, TN29 0NS, United Kingdom | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on 118 High Street, Dymchurch, is near Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, Crypt of St. Leonard, Royal Military Canal, and Marsh Maize Maze.
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    Travel Blogs from Dymchurch

    Ragnar would be proud

    A travel blog entry by aurisch on Jul 11, 2015

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    ... just in time for Gab and I to venture to the decks and see that the clouds that we'd survived all day had turned to rain. It's 18c, raining, and save the two or three die hards in the jacuzzi - everyone else seems to have embraced the weather. Gab and I met kids in the room to get set for our first ever formal night at sea where our dress matched the weather.

    We had the planned family photo before dinner, but both kids ...

    Exploring Herstmonceux

    A travel blog entry by dalhousie on Jul 26, 2014

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    ... of measuring time and compiling tables went on from year to year, and the Greenwich astronomers developed new interests too. In particular they began to do research,studying the stars and other objects in the sky, to find out what they are and how they work.

    The Royal Greenwich Observatory at Herstmonceux

    By the early twentieth century, London had expanded so much that Greenwich was enveloped. The city's smoky air and bright lights meant ...

    Medieval Rye

    A travel blog entry by jo.kidd2 on Jul 08, 2014

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    ... we saw today was what the town looked like in about 1740. This amazing feat took the couple four years and the town bought it from them to display it. It is simply amazing with all the detail. Wandering around the town with its prominent cobblestones sticking up was a bit uncomfortable at times with thin soles but lovely to see they have retained it as it was. One of the famous people to have lived in Rye was Sir Paul McArtney and his wife Linda and their children. ...

    I know New Zealand is small but.....

    A travel blog entry by jo.kidd2 on Jul 07, 2014

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    ... helix staircase from the bottom to the top to help get the troops out in a hurry. About 14m separate the different levels and when were down the middle one we were more than 25m underground. The castle was fun to wander through with some of the areas such as the kitchen recreated as it would hAve been. With so many little passageways here and there it would have been easy to get lost. Our campsite for the ...

    Powerful Leaders

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Apr 10, 2014

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    Monday we had a real rainy English day. We woke up to rain and it rained steadily all day long. We gave in to it and stayed in our cosy little cottage reading, writing, napping and generally relaxing! Finally at dinner time we ventured into town to the Chequers pub for a bowl of Leek and Potato soup, a half pint of lager and a game of pool. Not a bad day.

    By Tuesday the rain was gone but it was quite cold ...