A day in Rochester.

A day in Rochester.
22nd July, 2017
Rochester is a beautiful and historic town which was for many years a favourite of Charles Dickens. I'm totally not feeling the new and modern cities architecture and this town is the complete opposite! I feel so attached to this place and very determined to go back whenever I get the chance. So on this beautiful and sunny day me and Callum dragged ourselves into action and headed off for the historic location set in the Kent's town..
What to see in Rochester?

Rochester Cathedral
The Precinct, Rochester ME1 1SX, England
Rochester Castle
Castle Hill, Rochester ME1 1SW, England

Guildhall Museum
17 High Street, Rochester ME1 1PY, England

Upnor Castle
Upnor Castle High Street, Rochester ME2 4XG, England

Six Poor Travellers House
97 High Street, Rochester ME1 1LX, England

Huguenot Museum
95 High Street, Rochester ME1 1LX, England

Restoration House
17-19 Crow Lane, Rochester ME1 1RF, England

Rochester Bridge
A2 High Street, Rochester, England

Rochester Cathedral, I was scared to go anywhere near this door so I had to zoom in from far!

Where to eat?
I normally have a never ending list of lovely recommendations for you, however in this case I can only recommend one place. And this is not because there are no great restaurants or food spots in Rochester but simply because this one location will truly take your breath away and satisfy the most fussy person. How does a world food buffet sounds with a massive variety of high quality and always fresh food. I'm dribbling as typing this paragraph. Chinese, Italian, Indian, Sushi, burgers, roast dinner and deserts that will make you not want to be on a diet ever again. They even have a chocolate fountain! The buffet is located right at the very end of Rochester and beginning of the neighbour town called Chatham.

Spoons World Buffet and Bar
94 - 100 High St, Chatham ME4 4DS, England

Yes, I had four massive plates. I don't know how I manage to fit so much in my skinny ass when it comes to buffets...