Clarion Collection Hotel Cromwell Stevenage
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- High-speed internet in room
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- Free parking
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The last 2 days was devoted to a few picked from my family's London list. Hence then the title 'Hither Dither'. We began by taking the underground to Paddington Square, then taking the Western Overground to Oxford. The girls wanted to tour the university and explore the city. I thought during the weekend the school and city would be less busy and we could walk unfettered. Boy was I wrong. The whole ...
... EDM music playing that was blasting from the outside. I wish now I would have bought something from them. After Camden Market we went further south into the city. I really wanted to go to Twinings Tea Co. There was so much tea to choose from and they also had an area in the back where you could sit down and taste the different teas they had on display. ...
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... on metal stems and 'planted' them in the moat.
There are 888,246 ceramic poppies, one for each British solider who lost their lives in the 1914 – 1918 war.
Lots of celebrations have been taking place this year in London and Europe commemorating the 100th year anniversary of WW1 starting, which made me want to participate and remember in some way.
It was ...