This may not seem to be a special pub, but to some, it is. I choose to end the Canterbury entries with the Dolphin, because even until today, I recall the fun we had that night.
目前分類：【英格蘭】坎特伯里 Canterbury (10)
- Jan 17 Mon 2011 09:31
- Jan 14 Fri 2011 09:19
I thought I had finished the Canterbury entries, but it turned out, there are still a couple of things I wanted to share. This is one of them - the European Food Festival. I think it's an annual event, held in fall. It is festivals like this that really makes one enjoy the UK even more!
- Dec 20 Mon 2010 10:16
Remember this cute photo from the London Paddington series? Well, this article is going to show you the 'behind-the-scenes'. Although, the time difference between this top photos and the ones you are about to see are almost a year apart, still, that doesn't affect anything, does it?
- Dec 17 Fri 2010 10:47
Evidence of Roman civilization is ubiquitous around England. Remember Chester? That's only a tiny tip of the iceberg. Remember Bath? Well, Canterbury has a whole museum dedicated to the ancient Roman civilization on English soil. You get to learn first hand information on what life was like back in those days!
- Dec 13 Mon 2010 08:25
Although Chaucer's Canterbury Tales was never completed, and we never get to hear of what happens when the pilgrims reach Canterbury, it feels as if every visitor here is doing Chaucer a favour by completing the pilgrimage for the characters in his tale.
- Dec 10 Fri 2010 11:44
The Canterbury Tales, a collection of stories written in Middle English by the Geoffery Chaucer. Twenty-nine pilgrims gather in an inn during their pilgrimage to Canterbury. The innkeeper embarks a story telling contest, and thus the tales begin.
- Dec 08 Wed 2010 08:51
- Dec 02 Thu 2010 09:52
This is the quiet and peaceful Canterbury, that I will always remember. This is the serenity of Canterbury that made me fall deeply in love with it. The temporary silence and tranquility for which every traveller acquires a taste.
- Nov 30 Tue 2010 09:16
Canterbury had always been one of the must-visit places on my list. My curiosity of the place rose from Chaucer's 'Canterbury Tales'. It was not until I arrived, did I realise that it is also home to Christopher Marlowe. When I found out that my dear friend lived in Canterbury, I knew that there was absolutely no reason why I should not visit the place. In this article, you will see glimpses of this adorable little city. This is a place in which the old merged with the new. More importantly, though, it is a place where the old outlives the new, unlike many other cities.
坎特伯里一直是我想來的地方。起因當然是因為Chaucer著作的'Canterbury Tales'。不過直到我來到這裡才發現原來他也是Christopher Marlowe（『浮士德』作家）的家鄉。又在我得知我多年好友居住於此，讓我更沒有理由不來拜訪一下。這篇所分享的圖片僅是一些零零碎碎捕捉到的鏡頭。與大家分享一下這可愛的小城市。有趣的是，他跟許多城市一樣，你可以看見古老文化以及新文化的交融。但不同於其他城市的是，這個地方似乎是古老文化的生命力比較強。
- Nov 28 Sun 2010 21:49
The best thing that happened to me during my trip to Canterbury, was being able to spend a couple of days with one of my best friends in high school. Before reuniting in the UK, we had not seen each other for 14 solid years.