Holiday Inn Stevenage
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... states we are passing the site of Marshalsea Debtors Prison of Dickensian fame - but there's no longer any evidence of it. Very much in evidence however, is 'The Golden Hinde' ship - not the original but a magnificent replica. Now we arrive at Clink Street. First there is the sole remaining wall of Winchester Palace to admire. The pretty rose window is impressive. It was here, in 1540, that Henry VIII met and fell in love with Katherine Howard. He ...
... standing out front of a club said ‘do you 2 girls want a job?’ My first response was I legally can’t work here, followed by Zarah stating that we are to qualified to work at a bar. He seemed to brush our responses off and follow with ‘if this was your job interview how would you dance?’ slightly confused we walked off with Zarah still sticking with we were too qualified for whatever they were interviewing us ...
... for girl shopping (no need to say where) and some cultural experience by the younger members of the family.
(Claudia) Harry Potter was awesome, we had a picture taken of us flying on the broom. The castle model was my favourite.
(Hamish) I finally got to taste butter beer it was awesome. Isla was scarred of going on the broom - I didn't want to do it but then I did. My favourite bit was ...
... as London, and the less of your day that’s spent standing on the pavement, wondering what to do next, where to eat or how close the nearest tube station is, the more time you’ll have for doing the things that really matter. To that end it’s wise to get online and book as much of your itinerary in advance as is possible. You can find a room at and then visit the websites of some of the larger attractions such as The London Eye, Madame Tussauds and ...
... Bridget Jones' Diary with the festive picture on the front - they are very popular here, not so popular in a New Zealand summer Christmas). This one was home made and had poinsettia bits, tinsel, flashing lights and when he put his arms out baubles hung down from his arms. He showed all in the pub/boat. Ed enjoyed the fact that there were two pub/boat cats, and that turkey and stuffing flavour crisps were on offer! We ...