The Green Man

Address: Mulberry Green, Harlow, Essex, England, CM17 0ET, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Mulberry Green, Harlow, is near The Ridgeway National Trail.
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      Travel Blogs from Harlow

      Our journey continues London to St Austell

      A travel blog entry by the50project on Jul 26, 2014

      ... coping with jet lag, heat, walking, living and sleeping together 24/7. Nice to break it up with visits with Thérèse and Melissa's and my morning out to Kensington Palace and Gardens. Picked up our lease car, left hand drive Pergeot with all the mod cons including electronic fold in mirrors, sunroof and sun shields on passenger doors and fold out tables in the back seat. Nice car! We stopped ...

      The grandparents join us in London

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Jun 15, 2014

      1 comment, 52 photos

      ... figures to sports heroes to the varied and many royals of England. It was interesting to see who wanted a photo with whom. Catherine liked Princess Kate, and wanted a photo with Katie Perry, but was a little too shy at the time to get one. Sam Jackson took photos with the Hulk and Shrek, but passed on the Terminator and any sports hero. He fancies the color green. My father wanted to be captured chatting with Lord Nelson and Einstein, naturally. ...

      Montessori teaching assistants

      A travel blog entry by kiyananunez on Jun 02, 2014

      ... area with a cafe so that the moms can sip tea and have a snack while the kids play. Several different outdoor play areas - really great play structures to challenge even our older girls. Tons of animals to look at. Not just cows, pigs and goats, though. There were meerkats, marmoset monkeys from Brazil, snakes and iguanas, and emus! Dinner at home was fish sticks and baked potatoes, which were just perfect as far as Kiyana was ...

      The Beatles

      A travel blog entry by mjvardaro on May 27, 2014

      27 photos

      ... were lucky that it stopped raining because we had about an hour long walk down Jubilee walkway until we arrived at Shakespeare's globe. The theater was a replica of what it would have been like back in Shakespeare's time. After checking out the globe we walked over millennium bridge and ended up in front of St. Pauls cathedral. Now we needed to stop by Harrods and Fortnum and Mason, two giant retail ...

      Time is marching by...

      A travel blog entry by monroefischer on Dec 18, 2013

      4 comments, 3 photos

      ... the crowd. It is not always, but certainly can be a challenge! Then to change trains you must follow the signs here, there, upstairs, down the escalator, or even perhaps the lift (elevator) as in Covent Garden Station. To get out once you have reached your destination you must swipe your Oyster card again to be let out of the gates. Besides, if you don't they will think you have been riding the trains all day, charging you a fortune! As it is I have already ...