Hall Farm Bed & Breakfast

Address: Hall Lane, Great Chishill, Royston, Hertfordshire, England, SG8 8SH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hall Lane, Great Chishill, Royston, is near Imperial War Museum - Duxford, Peel Castle, and American Air Museum.
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    Day 6- kim

    A travel blog entry by gatorfreud on Jul 31, 2015

    58 photos

    ... was just baptized in. No photos allowed sadly. The boys also liked the guards outside. After the jewels, we wandered around a bit because the first beefeater tour for some reason wasn't until 10am. We joined up with that, and by this time Kurt was pretty much in meltdown mode, so we sat him on a bench with headphones and music while we took the tour. After the tour, we went back to get Kurt, who was liked a changed person. So that was good news. Bad news is, ...

    Day Six - Walking London

    A travel blog entry by romney39 on Apr 13, 2015

    28 photos

    ... and even less about Arsenal, I have to say Perry made this an interesting tour. He was opinionated and was happy to "take the ****" out of himself, the club and other players - all in a nice way. We got to have a look around all of the exclusive areas where on game day you cant even pay to get in. Actually, it's pretty much impossible to get in anywhere on game day. To get a ticket, first you have to be a member - there are around 210000 at the moment - then you have to fight it ...

    Depart for Heathrow

    A travel blog entry by sandrahogan on Dec 31, 2014

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... of the Churchill barriers. Went to the 11.15 a.m. Service at St Magnus cathedral. The cathedral belongs to the people of Orkney and is looked after by Orkney Island council. The service had a strong social conscience, led by a woman and felt welcoming and progressive. Stopped for coffee afterwards and spoke to one of the choir members who is also very involved with the running of the church. A large cruise ship was in, so a lot of the congregation were visitors. Spoke to two ...

    Music class time!

    A travel blog entry by lulatales2014 on Nov 21, 2014

    1 photo

    Fun at groovers and shakers...I do exactly what the class is called, but I love banging the drum!! This time I was on the move into the middle of the class which meant I could get nearer to the bubbles...which fascinate me! After we went to lunch with Lowri, Sian, Miranda, Eva Portia and Noah. We walked back via the high road and popped into Eva's for a play...I did try to kiss her but mummy was worried that I would bite ...

    London - Day 5

    A travel blog entry by robynw55 on Oct 01, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... met Daphne Krinos who's work I just love. She was very friendly and happily discussed her pieces and how the cost of the stones are making them quite expensive. As I thought - there was no way I could justify making a purchase from her but I did manage to buy a pair of earrings from a lovely Japanese Jeweller who made the most wonderful pieces. Headed off to lunch at Ottolenghi in Islington - just around the corner (well almost) from where I ...