Little Bullocks Farm

Hope End, Takeley, Hertfordshire, England, CM22 6TA, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Hope End, Takeley, is near Comedy Theatre, Hatfield Forest Nature Reserve, and The Ridgeway National Trail.
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    London - Day 12

    A travel blog entry by robynw55 on Oct 08, 2014

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    ... After the walk I headed to Carlucci's for a late lunch/early dinner. It was Ok - not the best pasta I have eaten but not the worst either. It was ******* down and after catching one bus to Nag's Head the 91 when it did turn up was packed. I decided to wait for the next one which was only 5 minutes behind. Home to an empty house but the other bedroom is made up waiting for its next guests. I had a peep inside and there is a bottle of red wine and 2 glasses waiting for ...

    Thames Barrier to Tower Bridge

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 28, 2014

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    ... foot tunnel and now have to decide whether to cross over to the Isle of Dogs or stay on this side of the river - the path continues on both sides. We misguidedly opt to stay on the southern shore. We are guided away from the main river to a bridge straddling Deptford Creek. A history trail sign informs us that this is the mouth of the River Ravensbourne, bridged in 1804 and mentioned in the Domesday Book. I can't say that Deptford is a particularly scenic place and, apart from a ...

    A Historian's Paradise

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 28, 2014

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    ... the Tower will fall as will the Monarchy. We walk over to Tower Green, the sight of the executions of Royalty, most notably Queen Anne Boleyn. The bright green, neatly trimmed grass certainly does not portray the grisly past of this sight. The nearby Beauchamp Tower, however, does with the myriad graffiti of former prisoners. It's getting more and more crowded as we enter the Wakefield Tower, our last stop. It's decorated and furnished as Henry III's rooms. The Princes in ...

    Lazy Saturday

    A travel blog entry by drjspudnz on Aug 09, 2014

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    Didn't get up very early as quite tired... Kicked around Tims flat and watched some telly. Decided that the free ride day in London was would be worth a look so hoped on the bikes and headed into London central. Well it was quite busy....biked passed St. Paul's, Tower of London, Big Ben, some palace etc etc. was quite good way to see all the sites. Tim wanted to get a few kms under the belt so he went off to do a bit more and I had an ice cream and back to his flat ...

    Nylon and Velcro

    A travel blog entry by londonmummy on Jul 10, 2014

    ... velcro fastenings on toddler shoes, and after an hour of both daughters fighting on my lap, I looked like I'd been clothes-rippingly shagged.

    When husband's name was called, I whooped with heart-felt relief from the balcony, while his parents clapped quietly. Then I made my escape with two loudly impatient little people, disturbing the entire row. Entire entourage followed me; good job I wasn't heading for the ...