How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Hitchin
... Eucharist. Dean's outlook intentionally inclusive, working hard to open the cathedral to the community. Sang happy birthday to a young member and applauded a 101 year old lady who stood up to take a bow. Our hotel closed for meals, so went for Christmas dinner a few doors along. Two Dutch, mother and daughter, on the next table, so lots of language exchanges. Food delicious and very plentiful. S went to sleep afterwards and D went for a walk. Later on went to the Bluff ...
... with a very upper crust accent - I had forgotten about how up market the area was. I remembered waiting in line one day at the newsagents only to be brushed aside so they could serve Lady "so and so" and of course Dodi El Fayhed is buried on his fathers estate at the end of my road. I hadn't realised that the owner of Harrods at the time owned the property until the awful car crash and the fact that Muslims have to be buried ...
... with the Tilbury brothers that this happens so we shouldn't be surprised. After lunch we caught the number 14 bus from South Ken to Tottenham Court Road where we jumped off and swapped to the number 24 which brought us up to Hampstead. From the final stop we walked up to the High Street (bought Geoff some socks - his one pair have vanished) and then headed back to see Kate and the girls much to the boys' ...
... spirit of the moment, I stepped up onto a railing, Alexis held my legs and I had her camera on my left had taking photos and my own camera on my right hand taking a video! As we were leaving, we realized that the royal band was playing Michael Jackson's "The Way You Make Me Feel!"
We found our way to Hyde Park and passed by multiple WWI and WWII memorials dedicated to those who died for freedom. We found a tree within Hyde park that was growing downwards to ...
... hub which would take us onto St Louis, only a short hour’s journey away. His job done, Baba bid us farewell. We tipped him for his very efficient, friendly and professional service to the tune of CFA5000 ($10). His was a tip which had been well earned, even if his introductory story was, as we expected but could never prove, invented.
It was here at this depot, that I absorbed my first scene of what I had expected Sub-Saharan Africa to resemble: ...