Blatches Farm

Address: Braintree Road, Great Dunmow, Essex, England, CM6 3AL, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B is located on Braintree Road, Great Dunmow.
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      Travel Blogs from Great Dunmow

      The Slightly Peckish Games - The Legacy of 2012

      A travel blog entry by p2travel on Jan 02, 2037

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      ... Football Club and UK Athletics. The main changes being to accommodate the joint use with adjustable seating for Football or Track events.

      The athlete's village has been converted to private living accommodation and outline planning permission has been granted for nearly 7,000 homes as part of the re-generation of East London. Education hasn't been ignored as plans for a new educational and cultural district have been launched by ...

      London - Last day (we made it)!

      A travel blog entry by kellynsmith on Apr 03, 2014

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      ... Chamberlin's Men)! It also houses some of the oldest tapestries in the world that are still hung in their original location. Joel then took us into the waiting room just outside Henry VIII's chamber (which was destroyed by William II) where his second last wife Catherine (who was 18 and he was in his 50s) would practice her dancing. After it was discovered that Catherine was cheating on him, she ran screaming to his chapel (which was our next tour stop) to beg ...

      Trip Planning March 2014

      A travel blog entry by stu900 on Mar 03, 2014

      13 photos

      ... bright palm fronds. For a few seconds you felt far away from the city, until you hear LRT cars rumble overhead and see tugboats shuttle through the river, transporting you back to where you actually are: the epicenter of chaotic Manila.
      Along the riverside walk, one can see the banks of Quiapo and the Pasig River Ferry cruise through floating water hyacinths and squawking seabirds. Also worth a look I think, and an opportunity to see the ...

      The Final Two Days

      A travel blog entry by monroefischer on Jan 01, 2014

      2 comments, 23 photos

      ... Bedlam' which is where we get our term for an uproar or confusion, of which Bedlam Hospital was full. Again, the treatment of the misunderstood mental patients was hideous as you might have seen a bit of in the film Amadeus about Mozart.

      Getting lost: there was a sign to the Globe, but it was very ambiguous. I chose incorrectly so we walked and walked before giving up and asking again for directions. It turned out that we had long passed The Globe, ...

      Departure looms...

      A travel blog entry by monroefischer on Dec 29, 2013

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... across the road, with flashing orange beacons at the sidewalks. Drivers are meant to stop for all pedestrians in zebra crossings. If you are a Beatles fan, you will of course know the famous zebra crossing on Abbey Road where they took the album cover photo. When I lived in London I walked by that zebra crossing multiple times a week, and one time even saw Sir Paul McCartney (before he was knighted) driving a brown Rolls Royce down the road towards me. I was in ...