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Leeds castle was breath taking
Drive and guide great
Got to see the war memorial above the white cliff of dover as a plus
Wonderful trip. Guide was very nice. Beautiful sites. Our driver Malcom was fantastic.
Our Tour Guide-Richard was wonderful !
He was very professional, knowledgeable and friendly. He was, caring and enthusiastic, not to mention VERY patient and polite with the coach driver ( unfortunately don't re-call his name), who gave Richard a VERY difficult time about the microphone in the coach. The microphone was sensitive to static and somewhat defective ! At one point, the coach driver scolded Richard and told him that it was annoying ....said this in the coach while driving in everyone's presence, instead of telling the poor guy in private ! Again, we wish that we remembered the driver's name
Overall, and in spite of the rude, outspoken and insensitive driver, Richard was great and this tour was very enjoyable and educational. We recommend it and we would do it again !
Awesome!!! Our guides were great. We enjoyed their stories and dry humor. The whole trip was a great experience and the sites were beautiful!
Very good tour, we had an excellent guide, Canterbury Cathedral was amazing, Leeds Catle is very worth to be seen, would definetely recommend the tour
Leeds Castle has an unique beauty all its own. Visiting it was one of the highlights of our visit to England. Our guided tour of the rooms was excellent, and we had some time to stroll the grounds and absorb some of the beauty of the castle's wonderful setting. Our visit to Dover beach and to the new Battle of Britain memorial on top of the cliffs was memorable. Canterbury Cathedral almost defies description. The Canterbury Choral Society was rehearsing Beethoven's Missa Solemnis while were there, and the music filled the vastness of the building. You could almost see the ghosts of the past 1400 years from Chaucer to Becket to Elizabeth I to Elizabeth II. Greenwich was an entirely different sort of experience but equally memorable in its own way. Huge crowds of Londoners were out on this Sunday afternoon enjoying and celebrating the glorious June weather. The cruise back up the Thames was a nice way to finish the day. It would, however, have been nicer to have had an open deck vessel rather then the closed deck ferry.
This was an excellent tour. Our guide was exceptionally well informed and provided wonderful insight about the areas visited.
I enjoyed the day out of London. Despite the weather it was an interesting tour and I enjoyed seeing the famous White Cliffs of Dover. I wish I had been able to go to Dover Castle - perhaps another tour another time. However, Canterbury Cathedral was lovely (I preferred it to Leeds Castle) and I highly recommend paying for an audio guide rather than just wandering around on your own.