Harefield Manor Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... from the other side of the dome. Incredibly, it cost us £37 to all get in (God must be a good business to be in) but Bronte was pumped, so we had to go through with it, once we were there. The Cathedral was very interesting though, and the Whispering Gallery exceeded expectations, so it ended up a pretty good visit, all in all. Just to continue our day of good luck, right outside St Paul's was a bus stop with double decker(!!) buses going back to ...
... before the crowds. By the time we left at 1:30pm the place was crowded. We had intermittent rain, we are of course in London, but that didn't dampen our spirits as we managed to explore the huge pavilions while it rained and walk around the gardens and outdoor displays when the sun shone. It being one hundred years since the beginning of WWI, this theme was used in several of the displays. The English are such an orderly lot by comparison to say the Italians, even by ...
... and as a result, we were half an hour late into Bradford. This wouldn’t ordinarily have been a problem, but another Brussels friend was supposed to be meeting me and driving me out to a little village about thirty minutes away. The bus was late, and he didn’t have a mobile, as his service provider had unexpectedly shut down the day before. It’s only been a few weeks since I last saw him, so I wasn’t worried about not ...
... Auschwitz which will stay with us - won't ever forget what we saw. We were lucky with the weather - very cold but no rain. Again no problems with journey. Definitely recommend Southend airport. We landed 1250 and were home by 2 pm. In summary - a wonderful break - here's to the next one . Certainly not looking forward to work - night shift tonight ...
... journey. Next stop was Stonehenge! So cool to see it after hearing about it all your life. Thankfully the fog had cleared by then so we were able to see it and get good photos. It stands right next to a main highway and so looks a bit out of place!! Was interesting to hear about the history surrounding that area. From there we headed to a little village called Lacock and had lunch in a Pub that was build in 1360!! This country is just so rich in history! Had Beef Wellington for the ...