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The old town was charming with lots of old buildings, cafes, restaurants, pubs and small shops. We couldn't have found a nicer day in september to stroll around among the buildings.
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My wife quiet fancied visiting Margate having heard some good reports about the town and seeing some of the area on the television, and so, we decided on a short break to have a look around.
I’d have to say that, if you’re interested in...More
Walking to the new Turner Contemporary Art Gallery took us through the Old Town with its variety of architecture and connections. We particularly like the plaque to the Gaiety Girl. Well worth strolling through and finding Old Town features. There are some excellent information boards
Amazing brioche and cinnamon buns from the bakery
Nice to sit with a coffee at the top of the bus cafe and listen to the musicians and people watch, shame
It didn’t stock the beers it had advertised
The tiny pub more than made up...More
We didn't actually look for vegetarian eating places, however we did notice that inside the Old Kent Market they were serving veggie lunches, what they were I'm afraid I can't tell you, also the double decker... More
We didn't actually look for vegetarian eating places, however we did notice that inside the Old Kent Market they were serving veggie lunches, what they were I'm afraid I can't tell you, also the double decker bus opposite the train station on the front also offered a range of veggie items.
We never went In to Dreamland, but we were told it was fun when we asked.
Sorry I can't be more helpful. Hope you all enjoy your visit there.