Mulberry Lodge Hertford

Address: Newgate Street, Hertford, Hertfordshire, England, SG13 8NQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Newgate Street, Hertford, is near The Electric, Electric Avenue, and Trotters.
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Travel Blogs from Hertford

Tower of London

A travel blog entry by richkate on Jul 06, 2014

2 comments, 13 photos

Down at Totara Springs we have enjoyed over the last 4 years, a constant stream of overseas volunteers. Often through a group called Lattitude Global volunteering. Rachel Grey from here in London was the original Lattitude girl back in 2011 and returned again to Totara in 2012. So it was very cool to meet with her and the boyfriend tonight and have a meal together in Piccadilly Sq. Before this however we had a day of sightseeing to do. When Kate was crook the ...

The Changs of London

A travel blog entry by dchawaii on May 12, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... is a solicitor. Steph is married to Matthew Hulme, a Scot that she met while studying in Beijing. He works for Price Waterhouse and they're being relocated to Toronto this June. This makes them both very happy since Matthew's parents have moved toToronto and Steph's Popo is there. She'll become one of the Toronto Changs. Nicky showed up with his daughter Caitlin but ...

The Lion King

A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor on Feb 11, 2014

... and had dinner at a restaurant nearby. For the first time ever I had a fish finger sandwich and it was actually amazing- can see why everyone raves about them around here!

We then went and watched the show. What can I say... the opening was magical and very well done and then sadly the child actors came out and it ...

So much to see and do, so little time!

A travel blog entry by footloose_llr on Nov 09, 2013

108 photos

... navigating and
driving all at once but a few turns and twists about notwithstanding he did manage it in the end! We made our way to Spitalfields and the girls enjoyed some time at the Markets there whilst Brian and I strolled around “visiting” the family homes of yore. The area is still very much
the area of migrants, now Bangladeshi I believe, so completely changed obviously in the intervening 400 years or so but it was still incredibly special to see ...

It's Sunday.....

A travel blog entry by joalbowman on Sep 08, 2013

19 photos

... was a lot of things to look at. Old operating chairs, herbs, instruments etc... This was a fascinating museum as we were intrigued by what it was. Then we learnt about what it was. This dealt with people who had medical problems and medical professionals who wanted to learn more about the human anatomy. This was a real eye opener... Especially when we read about the body snatchers.....

Afterwards, we walked along the Thames and then up to ...