Holiday Inn Express Hemel Hempstead
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... were told it is quite popular in the Highlands so were set out on the road out of Inverness hoping to reach Portree that night. After about half an hour we were picked up by a 22 year old German girl who was studying in Edinburgh, she took us past Loch Ness (with a mandatory photo stop and quick look for the monster) and dropped us about half way to the Isle of Skye. It was getting late so we camped beside a beautiful long lake, with a feast of canned spaghetti. In the ...
... 900 years old, the grounds and of course the shop with British memorabilia. The Queen was in residence, as depicted by the flag flying high. St George's chapel was awesome - many kings and queens buried here, including Henry VIII. His armour was on display and the chest case was enormous - not so much from the front but from the side. He was a big man and no doubt in today's terms would have been considered obese. Funny to think that he had all that ...
... seated section but it was at such a high angle that we had a great view of the stage, and John Butler never disappoints! I know – we go all the way to the UK to see an Aussie (well originally American, but would call himself Aussie), but we know they always put on an awesome show, and this was no exception! Our host Nicola had told us that the record currently held by other guests after a night out in Brixton was 4pm the next day! Suffice to say we didn’t even come close ...
... native woman. Stories from Colin like the one about how he managed to win a darts tournament against an Egyptian opponent who's lack of maths skills made it difficult for him to finish without the help of his friends. Stories from Andrew ( their eldest son, who came for lunch) about how he sat on a plane waiting to take off at Cairo (after a family visit), while tanks were on the runway as the army was staging a coup. He was in the ...
After 6 hours of sack time, Jen, Hansel and I hit up the big sights and fortunately it was a beautiful day in London. We had a delightful morning and then I was back on the train to Heathrow. Locked on the plane for 9 more hours and with the delight/horror of travelling through time, another 24 hours elapsed between the time I awoke in London and slept that night in Vancouver. Right now I am a total zombie.....hence the short ...