Swan & Harlequin

Conduit Street, Faversham, Kent, England, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Faversham

I don't deserve you, but I sure do like you!

A travel blog entry by daniellechalk


... have despised her. Instead she ended up changing my life. We’d end every single night sitting at a small table kiddy cornered to the wall lit by a single tea light, doing silverware roll-ups until I would have rather punctured my own carotid artery with a salad fork. We'd pass the time by dreaming of better days where this restaurant wouldn't be the end all be all of our sorry existence. So we talked about traveling the world and ...


A travel blog entry by daniellechalk


... t work out. You will asphyxiate because of your lack of oxygen flow and they might pose a liability on me for patenting this program.
-You won't taste anything, so it would help the cause to only eat vegetables. Actively imagine something more appetizing. Like a cheeseburger with onion rings. Manifesting in the deceptive form of a tree of broccoli and a carrot.
-Listen to your ...

Coping With Your Little Sis Being Cooler Than You

A travel blog entry by daniellechalk


... home-front during WWII, living and crackers and milk. But we'll worry about that when I find a wormhole and end up in the midst of Dunkirk.

In the meanwhile, I'll waste my words raving about my stupendous little sister instead of Hindu deities.

I Skyped her last night and this wave of relief washed over me and my thoughts flooded to my mouth like the dam had given way and we're all, "DID YOU SEE ...

Let the adventures begin...

A travel blog entry by niblet


... life was passing by at an exponential rate. This was when Adam (my husband) and I decided we would not have a honeymoon after our wedding. Instead we would save up as much money as possible and see some of the world before settling down. With this we promised ourselves we would try out new things outside our comfort zone, challenge our pre-conceived ideas of ...

Another update from Kent for 2-14 Aug

A travel blog entry by mcloughlin


... becoming a place of pilgrimage for Christians worldwide, which is the basis for Geoffrey Chaucer's, "The Canterbury Tales". Canterbury is a lovely place and well worth another visit to see all its attractions.

Another outing was to Rochester which is another old city with Roman remains, a Cathedral, a Castle and a very attractive High Street. Charles Dickens had a country home nearby, wrote many of his novels there, and based many of his characters ...


This hotel, located on Conduit Street, Faversham, is near Farming World.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Swan & Harlequin Faversham

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good