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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The "Grammar of English Behavior"

A travel blog entry by morghan.dever on Aug 14, 2014

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... or "lavatory", and occasionally "bog". I was even more shocked when reading this exact quote from Fox, " Jilly Cooper recalls overhearing her son tell a friend, Mummy says that "pardon" is a much worse word than "****". Virgina Fox then follows by saying "he was quite right" (Fox). In America we use this word pardon loosely and it is common of the older community to use the term more often, and it is considered a very polite term. Here in England I have discovered it is even worse ...

Food Coma Part 2

A travel blog entry by jbtravelbugs on May 03, 2014

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... amp; shallots that you put on top of the marrow. It was creamy & luscious & the salad dressing cut through the heaviness. This was the best marrow bone I've ever tasted. My other favourite of the night was the Welsh Rarebit - a large piece of toasted bread, covered in cheese & the waitress scores it with a knife for you & pours worcestershire sauce all over it - amazing! This is one dish I'm ...

Take a Butchers and Blow Some Bubbles

A travel blog entry by kiwikidbys on Apr 30, 2014

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... we met up with Taranaki friends and took them to see the lights of Piccadilly Circus. When you are so far from home there is something so wonderful about seeing people you know. It really was lovely catching up with Shelly and Somers and hearing about their time in London, it was like history repeating, their stories were that same as ours 13years ago!! So funny. Was a great ending to a great day.
...back to Brighton...back to family ...

The mystery of London's old streets

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw on Jan 10, 2014

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... and using ‘Ripper Vision’ to show what the buildings and murder scenes looked like. Highly recommend it to anyone visiting London as it is highly informative and insightful of what London was like in the 1880s.

We had a tiny bit of rain which only added to the ominous nature of the tour in the dark streets. Many of the streets were the original street, but many others didn’t exist anymore. The worse one was when ...

Another Saturday Night

A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor on Nov 09, 2013

And Laurence aint got nobody.

Sadly for a Saturday we did absolutely nothing. Absolutely nothing. Claire wasn't feeling very well and wasn't keen to do anything and I rediscovered The Pretender. In case you don't remember this is a show from the late 90's/early 2000's. I loved it as a kid and too be honest ...

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