No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Bishop s Stortford
... the job.
So much that we didn't get around to putting up the tree. Very disappointing. I thought about the family as well. We have been gone for over three months now.
Oh Laurence is also doing well- he is starting to make more friends. He went off to a Christmas jumper party on this day- didn't get home till about 11pm. He is really going to screw his liver. But it will be worth it methinks.
... snack and I've already figured out how to get them shipped to me in the US so I won't have to live without them.
Somewhere along the way I discovered Deliverance UK. It's this phenomenal delivery service here that prepares foods from around the world and then delivers them to you wrapped in adorable packaging.
I pored over the extensive menu before deciding on wonton soup and crispy duck wraps with scallions, cucumber, and dee-lish-us plum ...
... activities I'll be doing in the UK. But the last time I visited Westminster I was too young to appreciate it. But today I loved it! Dead people all around me. Famous dead people all around me. There were tombs for Charles Darwin, Charles Dickens, Chaucer, Handel, Isaac Newton, Oliver Cromwell, Queen Elizabeth I, King Edward I, III, King Henry III, King Richard II, and many, many more!
From Westminster I walked to Traffalgar Square. I saw the lion statues ...
... of. It took us an unprecedented 11 hours, being that is is Sardinia and public transport is almost unheard of! Our first bus never came, so we had to hitch a ride, which is apparently illegal in Sardinia. Car after car drove by, shaking their heads, until finally somebody stopped for us, a local boy called Marco with a limp handshake. He took us to the next town, where we had to wait 4 hours for the bus! Luckily we found Internet and were able to watch the footy from back ...
... watch. Once all of the fuss was over and people started leaving the boys informed me they were hungry, seeing as i had eated my suffle not long before leaving the hostel i was in no mood to eat but joined the anyway.
They were extremely undecisive and if it wasn't for a random on the street that basically pushed them to a particularn restaurant i am certain we would of spent hours searching for a place to eat.
Coincidently enough the girl who approached us with a ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
More great choices in Bishop s Stortford
Search for more deals in Bishop s Stortford
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations