Holiday Inn Express Stevenage
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express Stevenage
Travel Blogs from Stevenage
... Oh my goodness... The traffic, no lines , cars coming from all directions circling the Arch. Very scary for the uninitiated. Went round the square into Champs Elysses and got off bus outside the restaurant. All had about 35 minutes to look around, watch the ceremony of the lighting of the eternal flame (there was a military band followed by group of veterans, scouts, other cadets and general populace of some French town). ...
... way. So finally we picked up our bags from 500 other pieces of luggage. We strolled through the luggage checking area and now we are officially in "The Motherland". After a small pit stop, now the challenge to find the London Underground Tube. Following the signs was easy, and seems like most people in London don't walk, they power walk or run everywhere. We arrive at one of the underground stations, there was a train waiting there, but we just wanted to make sure where this train ...
... above the stage (right at the front)- way better seats than we usually get!
The show was lovely- all the actors/musicians stay on the stage the whole time so you can really see how talented they are. Some of the songs were also fabulous! But their attempts at Irish and Eastern European accents were pretty awful! Can't have everything I guess!
... Luckily we had our raincoats, so all was good! We got to the Science museum...had a little look around, but we got sick of it pretty quickly (too many kids yet again and parents letting them go crazy) plus gaza feels like he's getting a cold, so we thought we'd leave and find a chemist. We were back at Kensington high street, bought some cold & flu meds, stopped in at Whole Foods for some yummy food for our train ...
... I was pleased to discover the large £1 fans I had bought in Shanghai for sale here at £4.
The Flight was uneventful - Food, Films and some sleep. I struggled to find something interesting to watch on the in flight system and watched the LEGO movie, which was okay if a bit cheesy.
Once we arrived at London, we travelled through the bowels of Heathrow. Down and back up and along lots of electric walkways and long escalators. At customs, ...