Whether by chance or fate, of all the places in the world- my family and I ended up in Kent, England....
Situated in the county of Kent, Rochester is accessible from London via A2, if you opt for a leisurely drive....
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Leeds Castle in not only about castle. It's very rich in flora and fauna plus number of other attractions are also there. Falconry Display, Maze Runner, Dark Sky Agin Court are just a few. I particularly liked Falconry display as they explained different species of birds in an very interesting manner. Last but not the least, you will meet Black Swans.Yes this castle is famous for Black Swams (Yes they are in the logo of Leeds Castle itself). Black Swans are endangered species but here you can see them easily and closely. So Leeds Castle is all about royalty, greenery, flora, fauna and lot of peaceful fun. I recommend everyone to take a day trip to the loveliest castle in the world.
Dover Castle has guarded the Strait of Dover (the narrowest point from England to continental Europe) for around 6,000 years. Some of the most famous names in history have walked the halls of this medieval castle, from William the Conqueror to King Henry II. (The latter of whom I had a pleasure of meeting during my visit.) Dover Castle is just one part of the history that has played through time on Dover’s hilltop. You can still visit the ruins of a lighthouse built by the Romans in the second century AD, a beautiful Saxon church from 1000 AD, and the secret wartime tunnels from World War II where some of Britain’s most famous war strategies were played out. Dover castle has recently gone through a major renovation to make the rooms appear how they might have looked in the 1100′s. Bright tapestries adorn the walls, royal red and blues and golds throughout. It really adds a bit of magic as you pass through the rooms, almost like you are visiting a working royal castle. The details throughout Dover Castle are incredible, and you can see everything from a royal toilet chamber to a chess set copied from an original at the British Museum. I enjoyed seeing the original features best of all. Gorgeous wood beams, fireplaces used hundreds of years ago, and the beautiful chapel dedicated to Thomas Beckett who King Henry II had killed.