Woodlands Lodge

Dunmow Rd, Bishop s Stortford, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on Dunmow Rd, Bishop s Stortford, is near Comedy Theatre, Hatfield Forest Nature Reserve, and The Ridgeway National Trail.
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    Day 6 London

    A travel blog entry by cherylpaul on May 15, 2014

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    Woke to a lovely day again, wow 2 days straight!!! Off to Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Bath. It's a big day about 11 hours in total... Picked up from the hotel and dropped at Victoria bus station where we boarded the coach for our day trip. We knew from our previous day trip, that this tour is the most popular/busiest and today was no different. Today we are travelling with Evan & Evans, who are running three buses alone. Interesting ...

    These shoes were made for walkin'...

    A travel blog entry by zaynard on Oct 03, 2013

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    ... So amazing! And finally, the mousse. This was brilliant! The rich, decadent liver mousse was not just served alongside some cherry jelly cubes... No, it was inside the jelly!! What was served to us looked like two very large cherries with a parsley stem used to look like the cherry stem (see attached pictures), and then you cut into it to reveal the mousse! Really great presentation, and the flavor was the perfect combination of savory and sweet, like the best PB&J you ...

    Day 10, Friday 16 August 2013 - safari

    A travel blog entry by loupestell on Aug 20, 2013

    ... remains of what looks like a wilderbeast. They fight with each other a lot and are not particularly nice animals to look at. We're not keen although Kyle is fascinated.... Still on our journey to the river we are lucky enough to see a taste of the great migration. Hundreds of wilderbeast and zebra are passing a creek. Many seem to be afraid of us and stop in their tracks to avoid us. As the journey continues we stop at a riverbank viewing point of ...

    London: The English tourist.....

    A travel blog entry by skb004 on Jul 16, 2013

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    ... bones in a chamber. It was suggested that there were a number of these chambers. Apparently their origin or the reason for them being there is unknown. You need to be on the tour to see these! It's a bit creepy. - another area contains boxes of bones of people that were buried in the area in the 1800s and early 1900s. Their identities, birth and death dates and occupations were known. An area has been set up as a pseudo laboratory for scientists and archeologists to ...

    Winter is...following me?

    A travel blog entry by cleegan on Jun 10, 2013

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    ... We got shown pre-WWII buildings, of which there are understandably few thanks to the blitz, some of which still have obvious bombing damage. We also got to see a pre Great Fire of 1666 (in which pretty much the entire city of Old London was destroyed) building, which is mind blowing when you are from a country where your oldest buildings are about 300 years old! My favourite building was St Paul's Cathedral, an absolutely stunning piece of work by Sir Christopher Wren of ...