Premier Inn Hemel Hempstead West
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... pub, The Boot, just 100 metres from their house. On Wednesday they had arranged to take us back down to Birchington-on-sea, a two hour drive, to visit Ann and Bill's only other cousin Jenny and husband Trevor. They had not long moved back to UK after having lived near Bordeaux in France for 17 years. We had visited them there a couple of times when working over here but they decided to make the move back following a deterioration in the exchange rate ...
... up out of the way for the night. Imagine our chagin when, in the morning, we looked out the window to see snow in the carpark AND the height barriers closed!
Panic! We walked over to the barriers and saw a sign which says that the barriers are closed between 6pm-8am, over weekends and Bank Holidays. The catch is that when the height barriers are open, you can’t see the signs! So, we managed to get hold of the Castle office and were told that ...
I have some lovely memories of my solo trip
to Dublin a couple of years back. I had gone to London at that time for
sightseeing and had stayed at Executive Rooms London Kensington by availing of Kensington Executive Rooms Deals
that gave me the opportunity to stay in a most comfortable accommodation at a
cost that I could afford. Having stayed for three days in London, I decided to
take a solo trip to Dublin before moving on to other places of Europe. I ...
... want to go into the Tower of London so he sat and people watched while Mum and I went in. We started with a walking tour by one of the Yeoman, what an amusing and interesting tour, it was fabulous. I wish my history teachers had been so much fun as I might have been more interested! He explained about the walls and the moat, how the moat was filled with the effluent of the castle, a very good deterrent for swimming the moat! We saw the Bell ...
... It was quite funny because Michelle had lived in England.for all of her life and she taught us some different names and pronunciations that they use for everyday items ie.duvet instead of doonah and yog-urt instead of yo- ghurt. Steve got out the badminton game. I had never played before but It turned out to be one my favourite things we did at St. Albans. Our morning routine became... have breakfast, go for a run, play badminton, have lunch play badminton. Sometimes we ...