Melford Villa Guest House

Address: 191 New London Rd., Chelmsford, Essex, England, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 191 New London Rd., Chelmsford.
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Travel Blogs from Chelmsford

London day 5

A travel blog entry by susansantiago on May 22, 2014

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London day 5 Slept in a bit later today. Heaven! After breakfast we headed out to spend our pounds as this is our last day in London. I went one way walking to Notting Hill area. Leslie went on her own. I browsed and spent a few pounds, bought something to take back for lunch and rest up before decking myself out in my best duds to go to the Chelsea Flower Show. But. Wait for it. The clouds turned black, thunder rattled and ...

Our First Flight (of many) to Dubai

A travel blog entry by jenuwe on Nov 30, 2013

This is where our trip begins, a 9.30pm flight from Heathrow to Dubai. Everything went well. Our National Express coach was 10 minutes late picking us up in Braintree but even with a stop off at Stansted Airport, the driver still managed to get us to Heathrow on schedule. We had 3 hours to kill so after dropping off our luggage and clearing security and passport control we wandered around the numerous ...

Museums, photos and the vagaries of Air Travel

A travel blog entry by ozplanman on Sep 25, 2013

8 photos

... of room.

The main museum is housed in the hanger deck which is pretty expansive. There are a range of displays, aircraft, audiovisuals and a couple of simulators. There is also a bigger audiovisual presentation about how the Intrepid survived a kamikaze attack. This uses several screens, smoke effects and is interesting if very jingoistic. The Intrepid was also involved in the Vietnam war and later as the recovery vessel for the Mercury and ...

Royal Observatory and more

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick on Sep 15, 2013

1 comment, 63 photos

ROYAL OBSERVATORY (Wikipedia)







TO SOLVE THE MERIDIAN PROBLEM AND INVENT PROPER NAVIGATION, THEY NEEDED A CLOCK THAT WORKED ON SHIPS...QUITE THE DILEMMA!


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MORE STUFF AT THE OBSERVATORY




VIEW FROM THE OBSERVATORY



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Travel Musings, Miscellaneous Comments & Remarks

A travel blog entry by alice.pease on Aug 08, 2013

Things that I have observed throughout the course of the trip:

1. Everyone in SE Asia thinks Emma and I (especially I..) are much older than we are. Offended much. Asians age so gracefully! My skin is not used to the Asian Sun's constant assault on the senses. It's not my fault!

2. All bathrooms in Asia seem to be whole combo affairs - never a bath, ...

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