TripAdvisor Reviews Lake Saint Albans
Travel Blogs from Saint Albans
... 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 ...
... on Korcula took about 3 1/2 hours. Dinner was served after arriving in Vela Luka. I walked with Leslie and Dennis a little around the town; Betsy was suffering from a head cold and retired early to the cabin. We returned to the ship and watched a little of the Croatia vs. Mexico World Cup soccer match. I gave up at half time and retired. Croatia lose to Mexico 3 to 1, and are now out the next round. June 24: We arose for 7:30 breakfast and got prepared for a longest and ...
Today was our first day on the road, and our first stop was St Albans: a market town which is steeped in Roman history. The first town was established here in AD43! We spent a fascinating couple of hours in a museum dedicated to Roman times, which contained heaps of artefacts excavated in the area over the years, including 5 enormous floor mosaics which ...
... talked genealogy and thought she and Don may be distantly related on Don's paternal grandmothers side of the family. We've been choosing to bus vs tube so we can see as much as possible of the city (Don's quite enjoying it actually - that will surprise the girls!) Following lunch we caught a bus to the Liverpool St station to visit another bike shop (Swift Cycles) - stockists of the Enigma titanium bikes that Don has been researching. This time he got to ride ...
... posies of lavender and other fragrant herbs and flowers under her nose.
Knowing that it was a long ways back to the tube station, and just how exhausted we both were, Teddy and I decided to take a taxi back to the station, only we had not seen a vehicle in ages. We asked, and without winding our way in a very complicated manner to the south, the easiest way was to cross the famous Millennium foot bridge over the Thames towards St. Paul's Cathedral. ...
Other places to stay in Saint Albans
Watford Road, Saint Albans | 4 star hotelfrom $90
Cottonmill Lane, Saint Albans | Hotelfrom $223
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Ryder House, Saint Albans | 3 star hotelfrom $134
234 London Road, Saint Albans | 3 star hotelfrom $107
Smug Oak Lane, Saint Albans | Hotelfrom $99
54 Lemsford Road, Saint Albans | 3 star hotelfrom $124
Fishpool Street, Saint Albans | 4 star hotelfrom $233
Hemel Hempstead Road, Saint Albans | Hotelfrom $118