Days Inn Bishops Stortford M11
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Our first dreary day after having glorious weather. Helen and I got the train from Colchester and we arrived at Liverpool St station about one hour later. From Liverpool St we headed into the underground to Westminster, about 9 stops on the Circle line. We grabbed a cup of coffee right opposite the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben which isn't your average view at morning tea and then went onto the Millennium Pier to get tickets for a river cruise. Helen had seen ...
The last compulsory early morning happened today. We had a bit of trouble finding the breakfast room. Reception said " behind the bar", so we went looking. There was only one other doorway out of the bar, so we looked through there, and way down the corridor we could see some movement. Yes we had found it and we were in a room to ourselves still further out of the way. Is there a stigma attached to tour groups? On the motorway all ...
... Cathedral. It's a pity you have to pay to get inside, but I guess I can understand why, because I think if it were free there would be too many people, it was already packed out when you had to pay. We then went back to Leister Square to buy tickets to see a show the next night. On Wednesday (23 April 2014) we went to see the Eye of London, the Big Ben and Parliament Buildings and Westminster Abbey. Then we went to Tower Bridge and visited the Tate Modern (thank ...
... was nice to be able to help Pauline through all the various formalities and procedures especially as she was travelling alone.We had a good flight, no delays and arrived In Tenerife to blue skies and sunshine, a far cry from the wet and windy weather we had left behind at home that morning.Once onboard we met up with Pauline for a well needed cup of tea, and by the time we had finished the luggage had been delivered to our cabins.We usually have a cabin on the ...
... are all from wealthy all-boys schools. And they don't sing. They order the 20 pound sirloin steak from the menu for lunch, while watching the game.
4. The kids in schools here are lovely. Like too lovely. They ask for work. What is that?
5. Some of them can't speak their own language. The waitresses in Phuket had a better grasp of the English language than some of the people serving pints in the local pubs.