Harpenden House Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Harpenden
... bus and some of the Wizards Chess pieces. Also located outside, was Butterbeer stand. There are only two places in the world where you can try Butterbeer, Orlando and London. That thought alone, I had to buy a glass and boy was that tasty!! The taste was absolutely wonderful - a mixture of butterscotch, cream and fizz. It was definitely one of the best drinks I have ever had. There were a few more exhibits of how technology was used and all the animations that were created. And it ...
... hour before we landed in London that she decided to pick him up and give him a cuddle – I almost hugged her myself for taking an interest in her clearly distressed son and the comfort of other passengers around her …. Not having children myself I really shouldn’t judge – but as I got barely a wink rest on the trip – hell yeah, I am judging her !!!!
Better news though our hotel in London – it is ...
... and particularly hearing their stories and the challenges they'd had to overcome to get there.
There were some amazing stories and it was remarkable watching a rider paralysed from the waist down complete the course as well as the blind rider who had a caller in the middle prompting her.
Our favourite moment was when the NZ rider, Rachel Stock came on. Rachel broke her back in 1993 while eventing on her ...
... globe! I had friday through sunday to explore on my own.
I went to London, completely alone not knowing one person. Advice: once in your life do something alone, this experience made me the independent person I am today.
I went out, I made friends, I explored the city and learned more about the culture then I ever could have by living and breathing it for a month on my own. I stayed in a "flat" or apartment and had an experience of ...
This morning was more class. We had a lecture about the politics of Britain. We talked about the differences between the Labour and Conservative party and watched a few clips from Parliament. We also talked a bit about the educational system.
Later in the day we had a guest lecturer who taught us all about the theater in Britain which was loads more interesting than the government. We learned about how theater evolved ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking