Best Western Ivy Hill Hotel

Address: Writtle Road, Chelmsford, Essex, England, CM4 0EH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Writtle Road, Chelmsford, is near Taste-Italia and Greyfriars Passage.
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    Family BBQ

    A travel blog entry by suepeter on Apr 12, 2015

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    We traveled around London on the M25 for two hours heading towards Chelmsford. We had lunch at Colin and Marion's place. At short notice they and Barry &Michelle , Sharon& Del and Les had arranged for the some of the Haggis family to have a BBQ. What a fabulous day we had. They are our second cousins but it felt more like cousins. ...

    In expensive yet luxury revisited

    A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Dec 27, 2014

    ... All the latest bath fittings,gadgets,good breakfast and cordial behavior is received at acheaper rate than any other hotel.

    Special information about Notting hill:Nottinghill is basically a name of a romantic comedy film. But there is the existence of this place that is visited by a lot of visitors daily. It has place of accommodation, eatingand drinking. It also has places to spend time with family and friends. This place is in West ...

    To Survive London, Don’t do 10 Things

    A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Oct 07, 2014

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    5. DO NOT: Stop!

    London, and everyone in it, has its own pace. Once there, you can’t help but be swept up in the hustle and bustle and fast pace, however, this pace must be kept up at all times! If you fail to keep up the pace, especially when you are walking down the street, this is where you could invoke a mob with pitchforks and torches. If the pace tires you out, go and grab a coffee or a meal but whatever you do, don’t ...


    A travel blog entry by jennrdickman on Jul 30, 2014

    18 photos

    ... street," I saw an OxFam charity thrift shop, next to a Mark's and Spencer's, an unfamiliar store called "Utopia", and a large McDonald's flags blowing in the wind. All was melding into the Georgian architecture. The Utopia reminded me of a cheap Charlotte Russe, and I was confused by the lower end mixed with the commercial M&S.

    As I had read about the street markets, I took a detour at Chapel Market. aside from the rows of racks and tents that ...

    Call us Poms

    A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on Jun 26, 2014

    31 photos

    Having been brought up on a stable diet of the Two Ronnie's, George & Mildred, Open all hours & Love thy neighbour I felt I had a general idea on how the old dart operated. Narrow double story brick town houses built on cobbled streets with pubs on most corners. In this case TV didn't lie, It was just as I'd dreamed. Jack the Ripper is the well known name given to the serial killer who was active in the poorer areas around the hugely overcrowded Whitechapel district ...