cliffs may just be the most famous ones in the world. Made of chalk,
and really white, they form the closest coastline between England
and the rest of Europe. (It's only a 21 mile boatride across the English
Channel to Calais, France.) And, if you don't go by Chunnel, this
is a very nice way to travel. 18 million passengers a year can't be
somewhere, there is a better view of the cliffs than at the actual
port. If the fog doesn't block the view, a lot of the port construction
does. On a future visit, I must spend more time in the area and explore.
It is only a stone's throw (at least on the map) from Canterbury.