Ibis Stevenage Centre
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Stevenage Centre
stayed a couple of days... rooms were very clean and modern-great. great location- very easy walk with heavy bags from the train station, parking was easy, and just step out and the shops are just there... all good.
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... from the longitude challenges.
-- A luck would have it, Deborah's longtime close friend Cara Wall happened to be in London (from New York) on the same weekend. We met up with Cara, and then the boys departed with Doug to enjoy a movie in English. Cara and I shared a glass of wine with her parents, and then proceeded to dinner. We basically shut down the restaurant with our chatting (when they kicked us out to clean). Needless to say, it ...
... packing in Melbourne. Of course, she's also booked on the same return flight as us next week. Travel tip: Pre-booking the airport transfer was a great idea. The thought of struggling onto a train with our bags after so little sleep and more than 24 hours travelling was too horrific to contemplate. This is a situation where price becomes irrelevant. It took a bit over an hour to get to our hotel. I spent most of the trip looking at the buildings ...
Leaving For Asia
We arrived separately at Heathrow, making the most of the time with our families before setting off on our 3 month adventure.
The journey to Heathrow should of only took 1 and a half hours but due to a traffic jam it was more like 4 hours, so we were both relieved we had left early.
We met in terminal 5 and straight away headed ...
... and it was insane! It literally came from the roof and choked you with water, stopping and starting at intervals. Thankfully, our shower when we finally got our room is normal lol! So we dragged our tired selves to a cafe and ordered lunch food at breakfast time because our bodies were still out of whack. We wandered around for a bit, seeing a million double decker buses everywhere and even spotted a red telephone booth. At one of ...
... anyone seeing them would know that there would be no way they could stand against such symbols of strength. At the other end would be the incredibly ornate and delicate work of the crown jewels and the symbols of state such as the bejewelled and enamelled swords, orb, sceptres and plate. Then there were the seemingly endless metal railings around parks. Both functional and aesthetically pleasing, they must have taken years to complete. The gates to the parks ranged from ...