Aubrey Park

Address: Hemel Hempstead Road, Saint Albans, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hemel Hempstead Road, Saint Albans, is near Hatfield House, Mosquito Aircraft Museum, The Grove Golf Course, and Royal National Rose Society Gardens.
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Travel Blogs from Saint Albans

St Albans, worth getting off the train?

A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Feb 18, 2015

2 comments, 19 photos

... but a walk around the city, which has a fair few old buildings lining the main streets, was pleasant enough and gave us an appetite for lunch.

The mediaeval town grew up around the foundation of St Albans Abbey. This is the spot where tradition has it that Saint Alban, the first British Christian martyr, was beheaded around AD 324. It was at one time the principal abbey in England and the first draft of the Magna Carta was drawn ...


A travel blog entry by lyndalw on Feb 12, 2015

1 comment, 20 photos

... cake Mahala had organised for the birthday boy. This little pub was tucked away around the corner from the Royal Albert Hall - a beautiful blue-grey colour in an adorable cobbled setting and very cosy inside. Later we went to dinner for the birthday celebration - Mahala had organised a booking at the 'Hawksmoor' in Spitalfields; a steak house not far from us with quite a good reputation and did not ...

Hopping off the On/Off bus and Dinner with Lee

A travel blog entry by jlmcclure on Nov 10, 2014

In the hope that the streets may have quietened down a bit, being a Monday, we decided to get back on the Hop On/Off bus and actually get off this time :). We boarded a different bus that had a slightly different route, to mix things up a bit, so we went through Paddington, Notting Hill, Kensington, and eventually arrived at Madame Tussards Wax Museum, so we jumped off the bus and headed in for a look. Some of the ...

London- Part 2

A travel blog entry by lyndalandtom on Sep 07, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... looking back towards London. The crowds seemed to be worst down at the Cutty Sark, so we did not stick around to see it. The Cutty Sark was a "clipper", a very fast sailing ship which was designed to transport perishable produce from abroad (especially high quality tea from China) to England as rapidly as possible. The ship is in Dry Dock now, and hosts a museum. It was quite a hot day, and we had walked a considerable distance already, so we had a quick stop at an ice ...

"You're Awfully Lovely for a Bloke"

A travel blog entry by anord12 on Jul 19, 2014

7 comments, 46 photos

... br> So far, the best thing I've learned - or truly remembered from last trip - is to not take life too seriously, as cliche as it sounds. Both trips have really taught me to feel at peace in situations that are typically uncomfortable, and to be able to laugh at myself. These situations include: wasting $80 on a phone in the US to use overseas and learning that it won't work so I have to buy a new one for $170 at London Heathrow; repeatedly pronouncing ...