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Leeds Castle and Canterbury

Leeds Castle

Leeds Castle is beautiful and including the grounds around the castle, it is massive. It takes about 10 minutes to walk along the paths to reach the castle from the grounds entrance. Inside the castle is cool, there is a lot of information around how English coat of arms change and develop. There are also many extravagant rooms and an impressive library. Outside of the castle there are aviaries and a really cool hedge maze. I defiantly recommend visiting the Castle, but be prepared to walk! Leeds Castle
Leeds Castle
Me in front of Leeds Castle
Me in front of Leeds Castle
Leeds Castle (pan)
Leeds Castle (Panoramic)
Hedge Maze (Panoramic)
Hedge Maze (Panoramic)

Canterbury

Mom in front of the Canterbury sign
Mom in front of the Canterbury sign
To start off, once you have seen one cathedral, you have seen them all. There are always some differences but they all feel the same. Canterbury cathedral is one of the best in England. Since it also used to have a few monks, and the remains of a saint there are some pretty neat areas in and around the building. My mom and I tagged around with a few tour groups and learned some interesting things about the history of the place… that is until we were spotted and had to move on. The town of Canterbury seemed nice, but we were in a hurry and we did not spend enough time exploring around.
Inside the Cathedral
Inside the Cathedral
Coat of arms roof
Coat of Arms roof

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