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Folkestone, Kent

Review of Folkestone by Graham Bacon on September 4th, 2007
I live up in Nottinghamshire. I love Folkestone and travel there every month for a long week end in local B & B's. Folkestone has changed a lot in the few years I have been going down there, in lots of ways. Some of them for the better, but some of them not. It is a relaxing place to stay in, the pace of life always seems slower that in the Midlands. I do miss the link to France from Folkestone harbour. It was fun to go on the sea cat and have a day out, shopping and sampling the local bars and cafes. Would be greata if there was a ferry or sea cat once again. Would bring more holidaymakers back to the town. Anyway, that is my slant on good old Folkestone. From Graham.

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