Rochester not only has a Norman Castle and Cathedral, there is also a very nice town full of history in it’s cobbles stoned streets, and small alley ways. Although we have visited the Castle and Cathedral, there is still plenty for us to visit there, mainly because when we lived close by, we really only visited to go around the small independent shops. There are some Roman and Medieval town walls which are still left standing. I always enjoy going down the lane to have a quick look at them, it never ceases to amaze me they are still there.
There were flags out the day of our visit, I hasten to add not for us, but I have no idea why, but they did enhance the photos.
The is also an ancient tree, a Catalpa Tree, over a hundred years old, this tree stands outside of a church that we still have to visit. We had ran out of time, and there are other buildings which are also worth a photo on our next visit, plus all the Charles Dickens connections.
Some of the old alleys are very interesting and I like this one
There are also some interesting houses in the town.
To finish with, the Castle and Cathedral that we have already visited.