The Portland Hotel

2-4 Langhorne Gardens, Folkestone, Kent, England, CT20 2EA, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2-4 Langhorne Gardens, Folkestone, is near White Cliffs of Dover, Crypt of St. Leonard, and Reinden Wood.
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Travel Blogs from Folkestone

A trip to Canterbury

A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Sep 07, 2014

11 photos

... guard what we were doing to go in and out of Schengen, etc etc. The guard said it wouldn’t work. Stan started to explain why it would and I actually had to hit him. The guard humpfed and said they wouldn’t let us back into England doing that, but he guessed the French weren’t so fussy. I had a little talk with Stan afterwords about proper behavior with people like customs guys and border guards and so on - i.e. just shut up, do not explain, ...

On top of the World - well New York anyway!

A travel blog entry by pandb on Mar 02, 2014

7 comments, 9 photos

... several top sights including Times Square which really buzzed!
We first met John and Vanessa in Marmaris, Turkey and have been friends since then. They very kindly came to join us in Beaufort to help us as crew but we all ended up as tourists exploring the area, travelling south as far as St Augustine in Florida and north to Charleston, South Carolina. It was sunny but not at all warm. We all enjoyed the ‘American Experience’ but I for one ...

History in successive innovations.

A travel blog entry by 2aussiesinavan on Jul 10, 2013

6 photos

... castle here. (You can see why this was such an important place for the defence of England over the centuries-it is sort of like the front door).
Henry II (who had arranged the martyrdom of Thomas a Becket) was living it up here in style in the 1100's and it was strengthened and modified through the centuries facing different foe, ...

Canterbury for the Day!

A travel blog entry by shelby.alex12 on May 21, 2013

5 photos

... of shops. Kelly and I had our last farewell tea time together in an Italian bistro after class and then tried a meringue because I had never had one. They were different, not sure I'm a huge fan. Upon returning to the train station we met a family walking to pick up their eldest son from school because it was his birthday. His younger brother Michael said he was "nearly 5" and he ...

Freak weather, fractures and frustration

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Jul 15, 2012

3 comments, 9 photos

... made straight for the Ladies, trying to look nonchalant among the rather smart clientele. We washed the worst of the mud off then had a well-earned drink, before returning to the flat, putting our clothes in the washing machine and getting in the bath!


Meanwhile, back in Bournemouth, disaster had struck. John phoned from hospital to say Mum had broken her ankle! Luckily it wasn’t the sort of ...