Mercure Letchworth Hall
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today is my first full day "living" in London and I'm already missing the Swindon people! In a couple of days I plan to complete the Virgin London Marathon for the first time and then say goodbye to ...
... every passenger requiring clearance through this office, we waited some time to be stamped and cleared to go. Baba though took care of all of this. I had learnt, and would continue to learn, to be careful who to surrender your passport to, but on this occasion we had entrusted these special documents with an evidently trustworthy man.
Once cleared to go, and having changed our Mauritanian Ouguiya for West African Francs, Baba had us driven to the ...
... 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 ...
We did notice one oddity about the course - members can walk their dogs whiltst they play
On arrival back at the tube station we discovered that it was closed due to some major problem which for some reason the rail authorities didn't want to discuss. Luckily we were able to catch a bus to the next station to get the tube home.
Dinner was a barbeque spent giving DP a ************ the quality of his golf and the improved abilities of ...
... and get lost in the medieval streets which wind around the impressive central square. It didn't take us long to sample the Belgian chocolates and beers, while also paying WAY too much for a sausages and French fries lunch. We fell right into a tourist trap! A particular highlight was the Delirium Cafe which holds the world record for the most beers on offer with over 2000 beers! Our last day in Brussels was spent at the Atomium which was where ...