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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... the headstone removed, we decided to have a look at the plot to see what was involved and found that, contrary to what Ann had been told in regard to having to pay nearly 500 ponds to have the headstone removed, the grave did not have a headstone, not did it have a marble slab! It was simply dirt, with a concrete border, covered with weeds. That was not altogether surprising as it probably had not been visited since about 1962 when her grandmother was ...
... a great castle, full of history and culture. An amazing place and a must see place while in London, The tour guide was witty and informative, took about a good 1hr and half. Luckily I arrived early and avoided the main entrance, which was full of eager tourists. A school group would like this as it was an unusual experience.
The London Bridge was a short walk from ...
... even came over and said that next time we were coming in for a meal, if we rang ahead, they would make sure that there would be vegetables available for Nick! Now, THAT is service! And, the food was very tasty too!
Time to head back over Oxford-direction, to visit our friends Sally & her family. The local pub was happy for us to park our Motorhome in their carpark – yes, we did have a meal there. We almost feel like locals there – ...
... very little) and did some work. Whoo hoo! We were about 20 minutes late, due to headwinds. I managed to run for and catch the 6:39pm train. Paul met me at BART, we had dinner, then went home. We watched the MNF game to try to stay awake. At least it was a good game, even though we really didn’t care who won. Gruden finally woke up, realized I was home, and greeted me with ...
... next time I think we'll meet somewhere a bit closer to their home.
The Cutty Sark was possibly the best tourist attraction we've experienced in London, really interactive and lots of things for the kids to touch, see and experience. Finn was pleased to discover that the Ship contained stolen goods, he is of the opinion that the Poms are a bunch of thieving crooks after he discovered that some of the Crown Jewels were stolen from India so was pleased ...