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Travel Blogs from Saint Albans
Arriving Gatwick Airport. Train to St Albans. Tour the village, brunch at the Waffle House. Dinner at the Belvedere resturant in the Ardmore House Hotel.
We stayed at: the carpark of The Robin Hood and Little John Country Inn.
Today was our first day on the road. St Albans is a market town which is steeped in Roman history. The first town was established here in AD43! We spent a fascinating couple of hours in a museum dedicated to Roman times, which contained heaps of artefacts excavated in the area over ...
... canyon." Ron chimed in" he broke it into also, so we have twice the challenge." We all sighed and I was told that I had to repel down 600 feet to the bottom of the canyon. The wizards just used spells and let me literally hanging. I inched over to the ledge and about lost it. My friends looked liked small ants at the bottom. I questioned whether or not I wanted to be apart of this adventure as grabbed onto the rope. It took every ...
... feeling. Still, I'm enjoying home comforts and have got some epic meals planned which I haven't had since I left. Good to be back. This really has been the trip of a lifetime. I've seen and done so many amazing things and feel very lucky to be able to have done that. Also met some awesome people and now I can't wait to go travelling again. It really does broaden the mind. I've been making a few lists of the places I've been and the people I've met. Thought ...
... I strongly disapprove of a photographer being at Freddies. My family will hate being photographed".
See also the Winchester blog. I rest my case.
A Suitable Bit of Nonsense from Kerry and Laura
Dressed in Kerry's wedding veil, the bride was radiant.
No monumental headache this week.