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... in Calgary, we head to Christchurch, New Zealand for Part II of our Big Adventure. Here, Rod will work for the Canterbury Health Initiative and Amanda and Kate will attend Cashmere Primary School. I will be full-time Mom, part-time travel planner, as we ...
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... nothing special, but it served the purpose and was nice and quiet. A guest at the Lodge receives free entrance into the Cathedral. Canterbury Cathedral is the location of one of the most famous murders in history.The time was 1170. King Henry II and the ...
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Here I am, in the famous Canterbury. Famous by Chaucer, Thomas A'Becket, Ian Flemming, Playwright Christopher Marlow. Rupert the Bear was written in Canterbury. The Romans cam through here in their time in Britannia. It's an old settlement. ...
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78 The Esplanade, Kaikoura, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand
\tWaves apartments all have two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The main bedroom has a king-size bed and an ensuite bathroom, and the second bedroom can be either a second king-size bed or twin single beds.The second bathroom contains full laundry facilities ...Traveler Rating
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St. Margaret's St., , Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom405 reviews
Travel with "Chaucer" and his band of pilgrims from the Tabard Inn in London to Canterbury Cathedral.