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My Guide to Canterbury: Café des Amis

As one enters the low-lit, vibrantly decorated Café des Amis, it is easy to feel almost immediately comfortable and relaxed by the restaurant’s warm, welcoming atmosphere. 415 more words



The picture there is of the Kent County Cricket Club, Canterbury, England. I’ve been watching indoor cricket with two of my colleagues this afternoon, initially on a superb first day of March. 123 more words

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Cake in Canterbury

My sisters and I decided that for Mum’s Christmas present we would take her for afternoon tea to enjoy some quality time with her three favourite daughters whilst also enjoying some quality cake. 363 more words


The Invisible Man, by H G Wells: A Note From A Lost Generation

Never have I so romantically been engaged in the reading of a book as I was this one. It happened some years ago now, in my first year at university. 469 more words


The Goods Shed, Canterbury

The farmers market located in the old train depot provides a selection of local produce. Consisting of an onsite bakers, butchers, fish mongers, green grocers, local beers stall, cheese and wine merchants to name a few. 51 more words

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The Wild Goose, Canterbury

The Tapas style bar in the Good shed provides light bites, local beers and amazing cocktails! Blankets provided in case it gets a bit chilly and only being a stone throw away from the high speed station this little gem is perfect to end your visit to Canterbury. 18 more words

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