Mercure Letchworth Hall
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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It is beginning to feel less like a vacation and more like a school semester. I know the way to and from school like the back of my hand. I also have found that I am thinking with a British accent at times.
Late last week we went to Cambridge & Madingley Cemetery.
Madingley Cemetery is near Cambridge and is the only cemetery for Americans who died in WWII. ...
... arrived at 7pm and our car arrived quickly after to take the three of us to Pollen St Social where we were meeting Mike for dinner. What a great restaurant, fabulous food, great ambience and a very fitting way to spend our last night in London. We piled back into a car to get home and had a soothing peppermint tea before bed.....dreading the travel day infront of us - it would be nice if we could just blink our way ...
... to get off at and found a warm cup of coffee and pastries to have for breakfast. London is so expensive!! $1.7 for 1 pound is absolutely crazy! I get charged a 3% fee for every ATM transaction or Credit Card debit, so my wallet was not too happy! Did I also mention that sunscreen costs around 20 euros in Greece and everywhere in Europe? Florida has it good my friends, Florida has it good!
Anyway, we paid about $34 dollars for entry into the Tower of London and ...
... to Nouakchott.
Northern Mauritania is a land of empty – hundreds of miles of straight, flat roads, through scorching, barren desert. Outside the north-western city of Nouadhibou, we passed a train which is claimed to be the longest in the world. Stretching 3km in length, this freight wagon runs deep into the Mauritanian desert, to the vast iron ore mines in the far north of the country. We drove alongside it until the road swung south ...
... than I ever could have imagined. I love markets, but even this one seemed too much for me between the rain and the clouds. So we headed of the Notting Hill bookstore, formerly known as The Travel Book co., owned by Will in the movie. Unfortunately The Travel Book co. went out of business in 2011, thankfully, it is still a bookstore where fans of the movie take the opportunity to take a photo outside. I took it a step further and reenacted the "I'm also just ...