Holiday Inn Garden Court A1 Sandy-Bedford

Girtford Bridge, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England, SG19 1NA, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Girtford Bridge, Sandy, is near Swiss Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Sandy

    Flamstead Scarecrow Festival

    A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Aug 16, 2014

    18 photos

    Today Dave and I went to the annual Flamstead Scarecrow Festival with Emma and Mark.

    I've only been there once or twice before, when they first started holding this festival just over a decade ago. They had clearly expanded the whole thing since then; there was a similar amount of scarecrows, but now there was also a group of stalls, live music outside one or two of the pubs, ...

    Homeward bound......

    A travel blog entry by kasspa on Jun 15, 2014

    3 comments, 6 photos

    So after 2100 miles through 5 countries in 9 days, we finally arrived home at 2330 after a long 700 mile drive from Sontheim...... A little weary but for the most part we enjoyed our experience with the weather having been so kind to us but as always it is nice to come home..... No ...

    Cathie and Brian's Big South American Adventure 2

    A travel blog entry by brianandcathie on Feb 16, 2013

    ... passenger s by about 8 am. Our trip did not leave until 9:30 so we had the usual leisurely breakfast and got down to the theatre by 9:20 to collect our sticky badges in case we get lost. The bus was much less posh than others we have used, but the guide always managed to push the doors closed before we set off. He was a real character and made the tour for all of us. He was in his sixties and wore a leather Aussie type hat without the corks and he had a great bushy ...

    Funky town

    A travel blog entry by bravoco on Jan 01, 2012

    ... because people were blocking the entrance. Apparently the big "women" sitting at the front of the table were drag queens, but I never would have known if Alissa hadn’t pointed it out. The only thing more interesting than the furniture in that place was the people.

    There was a very diverse selection of people at this bar. A lot of guys with long hair. And, if you went downstairs to the bathrooms you would find “We <3 you ...

    Question time

    A travel blog entry by travelmonster on Sep 03, 2010

    ... shop. I don’t drink, I don’t smoke, I don’t gamble – so my sin? Travel!!!! The thing is, often I don’t think people realise just what money they are spending …. and the lines between 'necessity’ and ‘luxury’ become blurred. This was never more evident than when a previous working colleague recently told me that he didn’t think that Sky TV packages were a luxury ...