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The day was long but well worth it. We enjoyed the private tour of Leeds Castle before the general public and the early entry at the other sites including the boat. The guide was very knowledgeable about the history of the sites and prepared us before we arrived at the sites. The time spent at each site was just about right for all, and the group was about 25 people.
Great day trip from London. Leeds Castle is a must do experience - not like other castles.
Everything was as I expected. I would have like to go to the Observatory at Greenwich and think we would have had ample time as we had to wait around to catch the boat for the trip up the Thames.
This was a very nice tour. The private tour of Leeds Castle was great! Canterbury is a lovely town, but could have used more time in Greenwich. The tour guide was friendly and also very knowledgeable.
A wonderful day trip. The guide was excellent, and you get to see Leeds Castle and Canterbury in detail.
This was an excellent tour! It was rainy the day we took the tour, but that made it feel more like jolly old England. Leeds Castle was wonderful and the private tour made it even better-no crowds to deal with. Lunch at the white cliffs of Dover was realy neat-even through the fog. Cantebury Church was unbelieveable, and the Greenwich boat ride back to the London Eye gave us a super view of the city.
Our tour guide was excellent - very knowledgeable about the history. We had to drive through London on the way to Leeds Castle and were treated to a very informative narrative about the areas we were driving through. Leeds Castle was the first stop and was interesting. We then went on to Canterbury and the cathedral. After admittance to the cathedral, we were on our own to view it. We then had free time to explore Canterbury or have lunch before boarding the coach again. Our next stop was Dover, where we had a brief stop to view and photograph the white cliffs of Dover. Then we were off to Greenwich. It would have been nice to have more time in Greenwich as we were unable to get to the observatory. We did have a brief walking tour through parts of Greenwich prior to boarding the boat for our cruise back to London. We had a choice of tea, coffee or champagne with our scones on the cruise. There was a lot packed into the day but it was well worth it.
The tour is a great way to see all these sites in one trip. It would have taken much longer to see on my own.
Leeds Castle is Britain's most beautiful castle and you have to see it to believe it. Canterbury Cathedral is amazing as was the White Cliffs of Dover. The pub stop was a bit pricey but the food was good and the pub overlooks the cliffs.
There are no words for Leeds Castle. It was beautiful and tranquil. I could have stayed all day here. The lunch was fantastic, and I enjoyed Canterbury. However, I could have spent more time at Leeds and less time at the others.
Leeds Castle is magnificent! Canterbury is beautiful as well. We weren't given much time in Greenwich prior to boarding our cruise back down the River Thames, but it seems like a cute little town.
The guide was very entertaining, great history, fascinating obscure stories of the kings. Hope you get as lucky as we did with hearing the choir rehearse while touring Canterbury, it was such a spiritual experience. Take the path along the cliffs at Dover near the restaurant for a fabulous view. Appreciated the extra stop at the WWII pilot memorial. Hike out to the edge for great views of the white cliffs and of France. Be sure to walk through the gardens at Leeds Castle...those we as beautiful as the castle itself!