De Rougemont Manor

Great Warley Street, Brentwood, Essex, England, CM13 3JP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Great Warley Street, Brentwood, is near The Movieum, Broadgate Ice Rink, and Greyfriars Passage.
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    Geordie Jan

    A travel blog entry by tnevin70 on Jul 05, 2014

    As if the 7 hours yesterday weren't enough, we were back at Lakeside shopping today. Had to buy another suitcase for all the purchases we have made along the way. Thank heavens for Argos. We had a BBQ at Jan (Geordie Jan) and Steve's house in Romford in the evening. Ross, their son, is moving to Australia for a year and will be staying with us a week after we get back. The girls for in with him great and we ended up playing cards and board games until late into the ...

    London... you say......

    A travel blog entry by gardendiva on Jun 28, 2014

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    ... is Sunday. We decided that because a lot of things that we wanted to see where closed on Sunday and the shops were open we would go get a few things. Chris needed a new pair of runners. The walking shoes he brought for the trip just are not cutting it, blisters on both baby toes, sore arches and heels. We got a Oyster pass. It allows us unlimited travel on the subway train & bus systems for 7 days. We went on down to Oxford Street and ...

    DAY 2: First REAL day on the town.

    A travel blog entry by jsalon on Mar 23, 2014

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    ... it was still there! They were having a service there with a beautiful choir there. They would not allow you take pictures during the service. The sermon was so humanistic. Hardly any mention of God or Jesus Christ. Only mention of the people buried there. It sounded like an Oprah show. I guess that is why less than 50% of the population in Europe believe in God. However, I saw signs all over the city about a Passion Play ...

    Day 11 - 14

    A travel blog entry by mslat on Dec 15, 2013

    ... experience and possibly one of the trip highlights. After the tour Uncle John took us through the Houses of Parliament. The House of Lords was mind blowing. The rooms were very ornate and impressive. The had such a grand, regal feel and the detail of everything (carpets, floor, ceilings etc) was amazing. It was hard to take in every room, as each was so different yet still so incredible.
    For our second day Maddy and I got ourselves to ...

    London visit

    A travel blog entry by salmorton01 on Sep 24, 2013

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    ... Englishman anywhere.

    DEREK'S COMMENTS

    The Buck House tour is probably the only way the vast majority of us will ever see inside there. The tour was only of the staterooms of course (some 20 or so), while there over 750 rooms in the whole place. But it gives you a good idea of the procedures followed on formal visits there.Huge crowds there for the tour of course. Very entertaining thinking of Liz and Phil the Greek behind the scenes in ...