Days Inn Bishops Stortford M11
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
Photos of Days Inn Bishops Stortford M11
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Pedra da Gaivota Bombinhas
Travel Blogs from Bishop s Stortford
... made for a great first day impression. The following day we got a little arty. The girls swooned over David’s bottom at Galleria dell’Accademia, which to be honest we pretty impressive. It only dawned on us there that it is David from David and Goliath fame, news to us. Sunset at Michelangelo Square overlooking the Florence skyline topped of a great day. That night Laura and I had our first Italian football experience. First rookie mistake was a pre-game ...
... the torture room so off we went. It was then time to say goodbye :(
We walked to the jetty on the River Thames where we caught the ferry for a trip and more sightseeing, a great experience. Off the ferry for a quick walk over the River Thames to go to the London Eye. This was amazing, the things you could see were fantastic especially as it was getting dark so all the Christmas lights are up. Off ...
... a little annoying when we weren’t quite sure which exit to take at the roundabout, and by the time you could read the sign, there was insufficient time to actually read it before zipping past. Naturally, you always had someone behind you, so you couldn’t slow too much to read the signs. We didn’t get lost, but did have to do the odd roundabout U-turn trick a few times to exit correctly.
We now have coined a new phrase for ...
... and then 20 mins into our journey we diverted to Windsor Castle. And what a great morning we had. We arrived in time to see the changing of the guard, and then had a long queue in the sun for entrance to the castle. Lots of pics at Windsor Castle but not inside the enormous and ornate state rooms Another pub lunch. This time The Dutchess of Cambridge. Back on the road at 3pm. Late arrival, then dinner at ...
... the heart of the maze-like city, it was quiet and wondrous. There are lots of little squares where one could sit and rest, many churches, big and small, filled with priceless art, (we marveled at a stunning Bellini of the Madonna and child with John the Baptist painted in 1505!)
After arriving at the Venice airport on the mainland, we took a speedboat (water taxi) over to the islands in the big lagoon ... The ...