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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... and the souvenir menus to choose our appetizers, main course, wine, and dessert. We chose scallops, the Seafood Platter, the Louis Pouilly-Fume Les Affaubertis, France 2013 wine, and Pistachio Poundcake with fruit and ice cream. Tessa and I were having a grand time and chatting it up when I saw the 3-star Michelin Chef Albert Roux approach the lobster bar. He created all the dishes for the Wimbledon event. I waved to him ...
... a view looking down. Knees started to shake a little and I switched to the bend over and kinda bear crawl up the stairs like you did as a kid, slightly less scary with both arms and legs to lean on. Finally, and this time I was definitely out of breath, my trainer Sara will be pleased to know I'm at least quasi working out though, and I made it! And the view was more than worth it. Spent at least 20 minutes up there, I mean I did just almost die getting up here, should soak it all in ...
... I saved myself a bit of money there then!! Back on the tube and off at Southwark. Really, we could have just gone to London bridge and walked from there. But never mind. We went to the Tate modern. I'm not that 'in to' art. But I had free tickets to visit the Paul Klee exhibition (which normally costs £15) to enter. The majority of the Tate is free. There was a bit of a queue to enter - and once inside I was shocked at the number of people there! It was packed. 15 ...
We said goodbye to our lovely little apartment, and hopped onto the train to Stevenage, Hertfordshire.
It was an easy trip from Kings Cross Station and it was an easy walk with our many bags to the Hotel from there... we have accumulated quite a bit of 'stuff', especially with the Herbalife goodies, so we are planning a trip ...
... impressive sight. Last time we were here we walked to the top. Recommended as the view is amazing. Just bring your oxygen if you struggle up stairs as there's a lot. From here it's a stroll to Millenium Bridge and there's at least 6 Wenlocks on the way. Good job I've got clean knickers on as theres at least 4 bridges here, all different structures, with the Gherkin in the distance and Tower Bridge and the Olympic Rings hanging from it. Another love of mine - ...