Sir John Falstaff Inn, opposite Charles Dickens’s last home at Gad’s Hill Place, Higham, , Rochester, Kent, and beloved by CD.

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Sir John Falstaff Inn, opposite Charles Dickens’s last home at Gad’s Hill Place, Higham, , Rochester, Kent, and beloved by CD.
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Sir John Falstaff Inn, opposite Charles Dickens’s last home at Gad’s Hill Place, Higham, , Rochester, Kent, and beloved by CD. “A little hostelry which no man possessed of a penny was known to pass in warm weather”. The name commemorating Falstaff’s story of an attempted robbery in Shakespeare’s Henry IV. Has many Dickens prints on show.