Mercure Letchworth Hall
Travel Blogs from Letchworth
... of deep awe. It is not its scale that is impressive, although it is the largest mud-built building in the world. It does not possess the intricacy or gilt-edged flamboyance which is characteristic of so many mosques in North Africa. It is not especially old either – the current building has only recently celebrated its centenary, although mosques have been present on the same site since the 13th century.
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... really ********centrating on the task at hand with all this uncertainty about security. Finally I'm out of there and hold off for the next three hours to get to the station toilets which is where I started this blog. Between our party of five we have three suitcases, four cabin bags, three back packs and three shoulder bags. Getting off the Cornwall train's easy as it terminates at Paddington and there's time to take your leisure. Still, I'm thinking, whatever happened to ...
... the classy department store opened, but I think worth the wait. The interior was something to look at it, but certainly not to touch! It was a big adventure that brought us to.. About 11am. Felt like half the day for our tired and unshowered bodies. Off to Piccadilly Circus! Nothing exactly to do there besides shop, the place itself felt wonderful to just be in. The shoes I was wearing were ripping my feet to shreds - but I soldiered ...
Today we spent the day shopping at Camden market! It is a world famous market, and rightfully so! It was insanely large just have been over a thousand shops and several places for food! It was insane! We spent over four hours walkin around! It went over and around a small canal and was so beautiful! The seats for eating were made from old scooters! The clothing was so beautiful and full of so many vintage shops! If I had bought as many things as I wanted I would be on debt ...
... their cameras! Before flying back to London we had traditional Hungarian food at Cafe Central, and it proved to be the perfect way to cap off an amazing weekend. Next stop...Brussels! Again Syd was able to find us a great place to stay in an awesome location in Brussels. In our first visit to Belgium we spent the majority of our time in Bruges, so it was great to get to spend lots of time in this city. The historic city centre was a great place ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility