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

    The start of some planning...

    A travel blog entry by helenoftravels on Aug 10, 2015

    ... anyone who knows me will understand, this was a very important feature for me haha!)

    The other things I still need to do are sort out my travel visas, working out just what to pack for a summer in New Zealand and scorching Asia, and starting and completing my TEFL course. All this and more before I fly away in January!

    I have a lot to learn...
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    Detling Military Odyssey

    A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Aug 24, 2014

    9 comments, 139 photos

    ... A square of 500 men in 4 ranks (as seen and used by Wellingtons troops at Waterloo) the square would volley fire at approaching cavalry either by rank or file, in successful actions the infantry in the square would hold fire until the cavalry were 30 meters away, the resulting casualties and dead would form piles of dead and wounded horses and men it would impede any further attacks. The cavalry man’s dream of riding a square to red ruin seldom happened due to ...

    Medieval Rye

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

    11 photos

    ... 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

    14 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Part 5. Zurich to Kent UK and beyond.

    A travel blog entry by gedowling on May 13, 2014

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... a busy port area in the days before large ships that needed larger harbours. In the 30's to 50's it was a very busy tourist town with many visitors coming to take in the sun and surf? Then everyone started going to Spain or elsewhere and the town started to fall into decay. However, because nothing has been changed you can now go there and it is like going back in time! Lunch in the restored beach pavilion and a walk along the extensive cliff reveals other treasures, ...