Mercure Letchworth Hall
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Aussies working at the school than Brits. On my last day we had a party with the children in the arvo and the teachers gave me a couple of little bottles of champas, some chocolate and a nice card! Overall it was a very rewarding 5 weeks and I really enjoyed the London lifestyle.
Off to Spain, starting with Barscelona and Pamplona for running with the bulls. Hoping to meet up with the crew from ...
As is often the case in Africa, no-man’s land stretches out for hundreds of metres. With each step into the darkness, the dim lights of Senegal dimmed further behind us, without any sign of growing light ahead in Mali. Crossing the bridge over the River Senegal that marks the natural boundary between the two countries here, a hotel came into view on our right hand side. A hotel in no-man’s land? This was our greatest slice of luck all ...
... the nearest station. "Whats the best deal on tickets?" I knew there was going to be a problem when this excuse for a railway employee behind the window insisted on taking my instructions and read them upside down. He spoke into the speaker which crackled on and off - we were separated by a glass pane which I figure must be to protect the staff from irate customers. "Pardon?" I responded. He had a thick accent which I think was Jamaican. No doubt he was having trouble understanding ...
... was in London! Much like the revelation I made Rome in 2011, a train isn't always needed to get to one place from another. I planned to discover Piccadilly thoroughly, which I did, but not before stumbling upon Oxford circus. From Oxford, we trekked through the ever so stylish Soho. I looked at my watch and remembered that I was meeting a friend from school at 4pm at Oxford Circus and just before I turned around to make my way back, in ...
... cannot explain this market, it is a must do! We then took the tube up to abbey road to see where the Beatles picture was taken! We then came back to the hostel to have something to eat! We stopped at a small store and got a cheap pack of Asian noodles and cold cuts! We took some bread that was free for toast this morning and kept it to make sandwiches! Gotta do what you gotta do to save money of course! We made some friends in our hostel who are also from Canada! In all a very fun ...