Sunday, May 5, 2024

EUROTRASH

 


Give it time !!!!!....... and  the  euro trash .......will fuck it up .........and Germans ....they will come  waddling with their  fucking  6 kids.........  hankies on their  fucking  heads  ......fucking shit  up .....you see them in Orlando ......with their football/soccer tops .....and they end up in  English ....places   .....why!!!!.......the women are  sharon's ....make up miniskirts .....heels .........and  the guys ..... they are  all  fucking brickies/plasterers/mechanics/old ex football hooligans .........shouting........ guys are red as  fuck......... stuck in the sun with the  kids .......seen it  ...i hate  tourists........ i hate being one  too ......i like to hide .......and   go quite  ........but when you are cooked up in the  British shite weather......... and  cold and  work to keep a family ......and then you go  on vaccay......you lose your  fucking shit!!!!! ......sun/alcohol.......brings  out the  mentalness .......fact i have seen it ........so... so..... so many times ......slaving all year in the cold  ...... then you get two weeks in  Spain........ or  somewhere and  alcohol .......fact ......these fucker will invade  Margate  ,...now  it is  being exposed ....and  trash the place  ...with alcohol ......drugs..... and  food .......now all the fucking bums will head there ....... and  fuck up the streets....... with glue ........ drugs /smell .........sleeping in the streets.....walking around like fucking  zombies ......... they already fucked  up other  cities......   fuckers  have no shame......  guilt  .......fuck all .....just much and  trash ......fact  jack .....mark my words ........watch  Margate  take a shit  now .......... the  fucking sun  has  said  it is  a nice  town ........watch the  russians  and  people .......  come in .buy up the place ........and  fuck it up with crass shite  ...............and   buy up the place ......telling you ...it's going to happens  ...tourists  are  bustards  ,.....look at Venice /italy/spain.....ruined it ......



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Credit: The Sun

HOLIDAYMAKERS have been heading to Margate’s golden beaches since the 1730s and after a lull in popularity at the end of last century, it’s back on the map with staycationers.

In recent years, Margate and its trendy suburb of Cliftonville have been labelled "the eighth coolest neighbourhood in the world," "Shoreditch-On-Sea" and the third coolest place to live in Britain.

In recent years, Margate and its trendy suburb of Cliftonville have become one coolest places to visit and live in the country
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In recent years, Margate and its trendy suburb of Cliftonville have become one coolest places to visit and live in the countryCredit: Alamy
The town's quirky old town is full of independent shops and restaurants
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The town's quirky old town is full of independent shops and restaurantsCredit: Alamy
Clockwise from top left: coffee shop owner Simon Hutchison, bar owner Paul Stephens, shop owner Madeleine James, Seafood restaurant owners Nadine and Simon Morriss, and theme park CEO Eddie Kemsley have shared their Margate tips.
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Clockwise from top left: coffee shop owner Simon Hutchison, bar owner Paul Stephens, shop owner Madeleine James, Seafood restaurant owners Nadine and Simon Morriss, and theme park CEO Eddie Kemsley have shared their Margate tips.

The new batch of Margate fans are still drawn to its stunning coast, retro Dreamland theme park and top-notch fish and chip shops, but also by its abundance of independent shops and restaurants. 

If you’re tempted to see what the fuss is about, we spoke to Margate locals as part of our new Best Of British travel series, to find out what makes the town so achingly cool.

Seafood restaurant owner Nadine Morriss, coffee shop owner Simon Hutchison, Dreamland CEO Eddie Kemsley, bar owner Paul Stephens and shop owner Madeleine James have shared the best places to eat, drink and escape the crowds.

If you had a friend visit from abroad, what would you tell them to visit?

Simon Hutchison: Visit Turner Contemporary, and go see a gig at Dreamland, they usually have a big lineup - Limp Bizkit is playing this year and we’re going to have a stand there. Go see a gig at Where Else? A grassroots music venue in The Centre.

It’s a smaller venue, but international and local bands play there. For an activity, go to Lost Island Adventure Golf in Flamingo Arcade. 

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Nadine Morriss: The Sun Deck, a street food cafe and bar on the Promenade, for a sunset boogie from April to September. And Strokes Adventure Golf by the Sea in Westbrook is a lovely mini golf course on the seafront.

Eddie Kemsley: Haeckel's treatment rooms for a seaweed bath, the Sea Scrub Sauna on Margate Main Sands and a walk around town to spot all of the Rise Up Murals - 17 murals dotted around the brown highlighting ocean conservation and biodiversity. 

Madeleine James: The tidal pool for a swim - it’s grade II listed and believed to be the largest in the UK, check out Walpole Bay Hotel - a step back in time to a bygone era, enjoy drinks on the terrace or order their famous afternoon tea. 

Budget attractions worth visiting 

Simon Hutchison: I recommend the walk from Margate towards Broadstairs as there’s some lovely coastline along there. About halfway is Botany Bay and there’s a nice family pub there. 

Nadine Morriss: The kid's arts and crafts room at Turner Contemporary (it’s free). 

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Madeleine James: The arcades at the front and Dreamland are classic attractions, budget-wise. For free, follow the Viking Coastal Trail and walk to Broadstairs. 

The Sea Scrub Sauna on the beach is a must-visit, according to our panel of Margate locals
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The Sea Scrub Sauna on the beach is a must-visit, according to our panel of Margate localsCredit: Darren Fletcher
Relax in the sauna with great views of the Margate coastline
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Relax in the sauna with great views of the Margate coastlineCredit: Darren Fletcher
Lost Island Adventure Golf in Flamingo Arcade is great for a rainy day
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Lost Island Adventure Golf in Flamingo Arcade is great for a rainy dayCredit: Darren Fletcher

Best/hidden beaches

Simon Hutchison: The beach in Westbrook Bay, to the east of the town centre, tends to have fewer tourists because it’s the less developed part of Margate. 

Nadine Morriss: There’s a small patch of sand on the other side of the Harbour Arm in front of Turner Contemporary - that’s where we take the kids for our beach fix on really busy days. Then Walpole Bay after 4pm for sunset swimming and crabbing. Dog-friendly, 15 minutes from town, and home to the wonderful Haeckels community sauna. 

Paul Stephens: Joss Bay, past Botany Bay on the way to Broadstairs. 

Favourite place to get ice cream 

Simon Hutchison: For ice cream, there’s a new one in town, Follow the Swirl in the Old Town, which sells real fruit ice cream, sundaes and slushies. The ice cream is made in front of you, using fresh fruit from Kent and ice cream.

Nadine Morriss: If you are visiting with kids I highly recommend a visit up to Sweet Carolines in Cliftonville. It’s a fun ice cream parlour next door to Bugsy’s Bowling and across the road to an outdoor play area. Great community project with a social space and food bank too. 

Paul Stephens: Lulu’s in The Old Kent Market makes delicious Italian gelato on-site. 


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