Pontlands Park

Address: West Hanningfield Road, Great Baddow, Essex, England, CM2 8HR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on West Hanningfield Road, Great Baddow.
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    Travel Blogs from Great Baddow

    London, London, London

    A travel blog entry by janetdunn on Jul 23, 2015

    12 photos

    ... collection of surgical history complete with an Operating theatre from 1857. The view from half at up the Shard ( 32 floors ) was spectacular. A soft drink was our entry fee as opposed to a 30 pound entry fee to the 72nd floor. Lucy hadn't visited Convent Garden so we went there for lunch on our way to the highlight of the day ... Miss Siagon the musical. We felt sure we were going to be the ...

    Day 7 - Lords

    A travel blog entry by basbraham02 on Jul 07, 2015

    6 comments, 9 photos

    ... finally retrieved in the fish markets. After Harrods we walked all the way back to the hotel - which took a long while! We only got back in time to have a quick shower and then back out again to a Chinese restaurant called Yauatcha. The dinner was very nice - we had dumplings and duck pancakes. Delicious once again! Thank you guys for reading this post - if you liked it post a comment!! But thank you guys and I will see you all.... In the next ...

    Borough Market & Heston

    A travel blog entry by clgs on Jun 10, 2015

    37 photos

    Decided to have a slowish day today so we wandered off and took the underground to London Bridge station to visit Borough Market. Borough Market is reminiscent of Queen Victoria Market in some ways and sits in the shadow of the historic Southwark Cathedral and the brand new, glistening skyscraper called The Shard. Beautiful fruit, vegetables, cheese, bread, meats, seafood and continental delicacies of all types are on sale there as ...

    Nature, art and theatre

    A travel blog entry by tina_nixon on Apr 24, 2015

    6 photos

    ... Shakespeare live is very different to reading it. Plays at the Globe are also very interactive which is very much like it would have been in Shakespeare's time. I think the actor playing Lancelot regretted pulling members of the crowd on stage. The first woman he plucked from the groundlings was shy and awkward. The second woman was a ham and proceeded to upstage him. It was amazing to watch a play under open skies and thankfully it didn't rain as predicted by BBC ...

    Royal London & Christmas

    A travel blog entry by kyliep on Nov 27, 2014

    ... the guard. Despite it being winter, the crowd waiting was pretty big, but mum and i luckily got a good spot near the gate to watch. It went for much longer than I thought it would. And i thought it was a bit odd that the marching band played a couple of show tunes (Bond theme?) during the ceremony.

    We then walked from Buckingham palace down to Westminster abbey. Along the way we stopped in St ...