Park Inn by Radisson Harlow

Address: Southern Way, Harlow, Essex, England, CM18 7BA, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Southern Way, Harlow, is near egg, Rye Meads Nature Reserve, Lee Valley Regional Park, and Epping Forest Field Centre.
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      Outside London Day Tour

      A travel blog entry by bels_adventure on Sep 01, 2014

      ... brings me to tears of boredom and the torture of it being shoved down my throat in high school - so seeing his hometown covered in him wasn't overly desirable to me. But turned out I actually really enjoyed it - a beautiful town! So many pretty tudor houses along the river, with very cute little shops - it's somewhere I'd love to go back to. The drive through the cotswolds was a little to be desired - cots meaning animals and wolds ...

      D5. Eat. Shop. Sleep. Repeat.

      A travel blog entry by lpon on Jul 20, 2014

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      ... to what a normal store is like, this store was smashed potatoes. Legit. That ended up being my last adventure for the day. The family went to Wagamamas for dinner. I stayed at the hotel to rest. I ate dinner in the room and had a splendid face time session. It was super relaxing and just what the doctor ordered. Hope you all are doing well. As always, on my mind and in my heart. xx ...

      London Day 4

      A travel blog entry by penns on Jun 02, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... Park, one of the three parks that surround the palace. We walked by Trafalgar Square in our way to Leicester Square where we bought show tickets and ate lunch.
      After lunch we took the underground to Westminster Abbey. It was amazing! Throughout the church there are memorials and graves of famous Englishman. One area, called Poet's Corner had tributes to Shakespeare, Jane Austen, the Bronte sisters, Chaucer, C. S. Lewis, and more. One the next wall was a statue of G. F. ...

      Montessori teaching assistants

      A travel blog entry by kiyananunez on Jun 02, 2014

      ... activity with them was just so different from the way in which I approached it. When she stopped ringing the bell, the child would stop moving, and she'd just pause, poker-faced, without saying anything (no immediate praise), until she started ringing it again. Really gave the child a chance to concentrate. When I'd done it, I'd been very quick to praise the child between each ringing of the bell, and I didn't spend as long with ...

      Hampton Court and my bad move for the day

      A travel blog entry by jndmms on Apr 04, 2014

      ... where I needed to transfer to get back. Home. A nice lady sitting next to me on the bench told me a much easier way to get home then the route we had taken getting there. So of course I beat every one else back here. And that's the story of how Justin didn't not get to go to the HMS Belfast. Laurie, Justin and I are going to do that first thing tomorrow morning. bed time for Justin and I ...