My wife and I are deciding betwee n the Renaissance Chancery Court and the London Marriott Hotel County Hall. We will be staying there for three days in September. We must then find transportation from the hotel to the Dover pier. We can't take train because of age and perfer not to afford a taxi. Any help or ideas
We enjoyed the County Fair and took a bus to Dover for a Tour of the Dover Castle.
There were people on the bus going to the pier.
This was arranged by the front desk at the County Fair. Why not email them or call the Marriott travel line and see if they can help. A taxi is going to cost you a lot.
If you can't take the train, and don't want a taxi - try the National express Coach Service. If you are over 60 years of age the fares are discounted to about £11 GBP (Book Route Sixty for discounts) http://www.nationalexpress.com/coach/index.cfm
The only prob might be that they don't take you to Dover Pier, just to Dover Town Centre (DOWNTOWN?) If you are crossing by hover craft you want the WEST dock, or if by Ferry Boat then they leave from the EAST dock
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