Baldock Hinxworth

A1, Great North Road, Hinxworth, Hertfordshire, England, SG7 5EX, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on A1, Great North Road, Hinxworth.
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    Travel Blogs from Hinxworth

    How to keep a patient from leaving the hospital

    A travel blog entry by sueron on Jul 15, 2014


    Well, after being in Purgatory the night before, Ron was ready to kick up his heels and see the back of that place almost immediately. Dr said "NO!" - he had to spend the night. Again, well-taken care of. The NHS does the people part of their job excellently. But, because it is a national medical program, there is not a lot of money available, so the wards are fairly old, there are no bells ...

    Wet day run!

    A travel blog entry by rcampbellburns on Jul 11, 2014

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    ... big bags with the car when we get it and also moving around big cities like London and Paris before we pick up the car. I think we're all ready - I've been able to get organised while Kate and Geoff have taken the four kids to the indoor pool for a bit of exercise. The Addison Lee car is booked to pick us up tomorrow morning and Kate and Mike will leave a bit before us as they are on an earlier Eurostar train. ...

    Trying to understand the English

    A travel blog entry by lerato.t on May 06, 2014

    Every time somebody orders a drink from me, they would say 'cheers'. And there I am thinking," why are you saying 'bye' to me when I am about to pour you your drink?". Then I would give them their drink and tell them the price and they would say 'cheers' AGAIN! Theeeen when I give back the change, they say 'CHEERS'. So I eventually decide to ask the girls I work with what the hell is going on with ...

    Chapter 2: Crossing the Sahara

    A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Mar 01, 2014

    ... and that it had taken him six days. And that, to our amazement, he had done all this nourished only by biscuits. Biscuits. Dry, moisture sapping, crumbly biscuits. Not what is needed to pedal headlong into the world’s largest desert.

    Food arrived, eventually, to his cheerful quiver; a plateful so large that its contents bulged beyond its confines. Next to this lay a French stick the length of a cricket bat. I sat across from him in silence, for a man ...

    Chapter 3: Into Mali

    A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Mar 01, 2014

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    As is often the case in Africa, no-man’s land stretches out for hundreds of metres. With each step into the darkness, the dim lights of Senegal dimmed further behind us, without any sign of growing light ahead in Mali. Crossing the bridge over the River Senegal that marks the natural boundary between the two countries here, a hotel came into view on our right hand side. A hotel in no-man’s land? This was our greatest slice of luck all ...