Melford Villa Guest House

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

The year of the mosquito

A travel blog entry by sindlen on Dec 31, 2013

... at Hendon and there was a Mosquito! Hendon is about a half hour trip from Waterloo station. We walked to the museum from Colindale station. First stop a warm cup of tea (at the Echo, Alpha, Tango cafe - think about it ....). While there we looked through the Battle of Britain Hall, which included a huge statute of Sir Keith Park (by Weta), as well as a number of other aircraft that had starring roles in the Battle of Britain. We then headed to the milestones of ...

Well this is a good adventure :)

A travel blog entry by couttsie on Oct 09, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... of london. There were two of them on mountain bikes wearing all black and a bright high vis yellow pinnie. I sprinted for about 4 blocks then I realized I wasn't going to catch them.....BUT WAIT they are stuck at lights, so with another gust of power I sprinted some more, I was about 100 meters away when I started sucking air pretty bad haha. That adrenaline burst was hit with a sharp does of reality towards my current condition. You know ...

Great Britain

A travel blog entry by ianandwendy2013 on Jul 18, 2013

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... old oaks and pines, and the ponies and deer.




We also caught up with old sailing friends, Dick and Pam from Aleisha, and Maggie and Ray from Tien Fei, in their beautiful homes in Lymington and near Winchester.

Next stop, Norway.
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Historical fun at Hampton Court Palace

A travel blog entry by williamluff on Jul 05, 2013

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... to the proud peoples of Catholic Ireland ever since.

Seems like Will 3 was a bit of a socially awkward fellow. He may have led from the front on the battlefield but he was unloved by his subjects and left Mary (who had a far greater claim to the throne) in charge of the Hampton Court extensions and renovations while he was off waging war on the French, the Irish and anyone else who had a bit of Papal affiliation. She plumped for the decorative furnishings ...

Day 1 & 2

A travel blog entry by wichitap2p on Jun 15, 2013

... whose act could get them in a circus. It was that good.

While the group was waiting I decided to go to the bathroom. I had been warned that bathrooms were coin operated, but it had slipped my mind. They were ligit bathrooms, not porta potties! You had to pay 50 pence for the gate to open, then there were a whole row of bathrooms you could choose from. It was like going into a ...

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