TripAdvisor Reviews Lake Saint Albans
Travel Blogs from Saint Albans
... got the sound levels of the symphony and the movie soundtrack balanced, the hall was magical. It was like watching a drive-in movie inside with a live choir and symphony thrown-in. The queen's birthday has been properly celebrated. Becca's corner: Charlene's scallops - of course... The chocolate torte for dessert was also heavenly. At this restaurant, you order your dessert for the "interval" (intermission) and it is waiting for you back at your dinner table with coffee. How ...
... fiance and best friend. The endless talks/emails and planning, counting the days literally and here it is the start of our adventure...
So after a magical Christmas, whirlwind trip to Longleat Centre Parcs (celebrating Barry's 40th!) It's now less than 36 Hours before we go..how am I feeling? Stressed. Sick. Nervous. Excited. Surreal and absolutely buzzing that we are finally going.."not tomorrow ...
A tour of the British Museum followed. We had a lovely enthusiastic guide. It was great to see the highlights, and be given some interesting information about them. I remember being there for the first time twenty years ago and spending two whole days there and not seeing everything we wanted to see. N and I will still probably have to go back to see a few more things.
That night we caught up with some old friends of mine. D and S. ...
... very cool I thought and free for motorbikes lol. Off I went, found a spot to start a trek hopped off and commenced to hiking the cliffs. they really are quite spectacular....and give a heck of a view and they are quite high. The paths follow the cliff so I wandered along them and discovered that they seem to have an annoying fly that tends to hover around you...no matter I swatted em away and commenced me tour. At some point...I found a chalk cliff I could ...
... the South Bank Roof Garden which was lovely. Lots of wild flowers and plants. Sat there and had a drink looking out over the Thames. Perfect.
Went into the Hayward Gallery to see the Human Factors exhibition. It was ok, some sculptures were really good whereas others were rubbish or you asked yourself why? After had a drink in the cafe before wandering round the South Bank. It was such a lovely day so was really busy, lots of people wandering around enjoying the sun.
Other places to stay in Saint Albans
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