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How many days for Canterbury and Surrounds?

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Okay--trying to determine how many days to spend in each location.

For Canterbury, Deal, Walmer and Dover Castle and white cliffs, how many nights do we need in the Canterbury area?

Is Canterbury itself worth a couple of days or are many things doable within the city in a day? They advertise Canterbury Tales, a Roman museum, punting on the river, besides the Cathedral of course. So how much time needed to explore those places?

Are Whistable or Herne Bay worth doing as a day trip from Canterbury? What things along the waterfront can be done there?

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