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

I have a dream, A song to sing....

A travel blog entry by heatherham on Jun 30, 2014

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... be removed to get it out. For me it was then onto Westminster Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. Just amazing buildings - still in awe of how old they are. I went to look at Churchill's War Rooms but the queue was out to the road. I walked across St James Park and found myself back at Buckingham Palace, walked through the next park to Hyde Park Corner, then across Hyde Park to our lodgings. Needed a bit of ...

Days 11-12: The Sights of London

A travel blog entry by sdsupharm14 on Apr 13, 2014

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Today was one of our free days in London which everyone filled with exciting plans all over the bustling city. A small group of students jumped at the chance to tour the Warner Brothers studio where parts of the Harry Potter series was filmed. The studio was filled with original costumes and props from the films and parts of the set including The Great Hall, Dumbledores's office, and the Griffindor common room. We had ...

It Can Only Go Up From Here

A travel blog entry by caitlininlondon on Jan 05, 2014

... history in a way that I can't back home. After many, many (many, many) stairs, we finished our exploration and went to Subway's across the street (yes, we should be more adventurous, but it was there, we were hungry, it was cheap) before traveling back to Primark to grab more blankets. After getting back to the flats, we left our purchases in our rooms before traveling out for groceries, which we found in a Sainsbury Local, which was surprisingly well stocked, around the corner ...

London Birthday Trip with my Daughter

A travel blog entry by 46thelrose8 on Oct 11, 2013

... Eye, which is literally beside our hotel, so we went for it. We both loved it. You never feel the capsule move and the views are awesome. We decided we wanted to do it again at night before we went home. We left right after the ride and headed for Covent Garden. Got there about 6:15 & found the stores closed at 6pm, bummer.. We were wandering around and literally walked into the Radley store and it was open till 7pm. This is ...

London Comedy

A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Aug 24, 2013

... or railway maintenance company clothes on and had a furtive look on his face as he pointedly avoided looking at the train. Shortly after he had passed by the journey resumed with a mumbled apology for the delay which was ascribed to a 'signalling fault’ or some similar nonsense. Those who travel frequently on our railways will have become used to an apparent inability of the operators to tell the truth so won’t be surprised to discover that the ...