Historic City of Canterbury

Our first stop was Canterbury, a city I had heard about when I was 17 because I read Chaucer for A Levels. We walked along the Canterbury city walls, which was quite nice looking considered that it was originally built by the Romans many centuries ago (parts of it was completely rebuilt after WWII). While running through a cool looking maze at a park next to the city walls, T fell and ended up with many patches of mud on his clothes!

We also popped by Canterbury Norman Castle, which is supposedly among the most ancient in Britain. Canterbury is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and there are tons of other historical attractions in the area, but we skipped all of these because …

… we were really hungry by then and sat down for fish/chips/pies. In general, the food prices get less expensive and the portions get larger the further we drive away from London. The yellow plate is actually a child’s portion, but no way the boys could have finished a portion on their own.


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