Premier Inn Hatfield

Lemsford Road, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England, AL10 0DA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hatfield

I wouldn't want to live at Hatfield house

A travel blog entry by astrix7

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... lived in by the family, but were used to impress guests and visitors as to the wealth and prestige of the family. This continued on up a ridiculously ornate stairway into sitting rooms, galleries, a library and a private chapel absolutely crammed full of paintings, ornate furnishings, and other trappings of what must have passed for wealth in the last 400 years or so.
To begin with I have to admit I was impressed by it ...

London day 3

A travel blog entry by sarahgarb

... It was interesting, we couldn't see the guards behind the palace gates cause there were too many people so we left after that. We had tickets to the hop on hop off bus which was a double decker bus with audio tour. They drive around all the sights and can decide when you get off or when you stay on, we stayed on until we got to Harrods. We went straight to the food court, they have the ...

Hatfield House

A travel blog entry by shadowmadow

68

... The history of this place starts in 1485 when the Bishop of Ely began to build Hatfield Palace. Henry VIII confiscated the Palace and used it as a residence for his children. Mary was miserable here, being separated from her mother, but Elizabeth's childhood here was very happy. She was educated at the side of her brother Edward, who was Henry's only male child. Later, during Mary's reign, Elizabeth was practically a prisoner here and it was here at ...

Medieval Villages and the Seat of Learning

A travel blog entry by mjc63

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11

... of the work done during the year counts, so it's all or nothing!
if you manage to pass with first class honours they give you a Masters straight up. Second Class Honours gets you your degree and third class honours, well, at least you can tell people you went to Oxford. There is also a canal that passes through Oxford. The canals were established for transporting goods around England and this canal enabled travel all the way to London. The canal boats would have lines tied ...

What do they teach them at these schools?

A travel blog entry by ktmason

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... to work) would hit Oxford and do some sight seeing around the place. We set off with the top down n the mini and the boys soon discovered the joys of having long hair in an open topped car. Jo was able to provide them with elastic bands and passes by supplied the funny and shocked looks as attested by the photo. Luckily Austin and Clive were able to take this 'selfie' This we did in a big way as the nagman inn the car told us that ...

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This hotel, located on Lemsford Road, Hatfield, is near Hatfield House, Shaw's Corner, Mosquito Aircraft Museum, and Wimbledon Village Stables.
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