Premier Inn Waltham Abbey

Address: Sewardstone Road, Waltham Abbey, Essex, England, EN9 3QF, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sewardstone Road, Waltham Abbey, is near The Electric, 2 Willow Road, Lee Valley Regional Park, and Electric Avenue.
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    Travel Blogs from Waltham Abbey

    The Pain of Preparation!

    A travel blog entry by bronjack on May 02, 2014

    4 comments, 13 photos

    ... to have her own erected in her backyard, which she offers to tourists to also stay in. She was a warm, generous & welcoming host & had made the Yurt very cosy with an electric heater & warm rugs on the wooden floor. She also had 2 cats which frequently visited The Yurt-a highlight for our girls who were missing their pet cat-also being "stored" at Darren's parents whilst we were overseas.

    A fair bit of our London stay has been ...

    Last Day - In London

    A travel blog entry by kelly-427 on Feb 20, 2014

    12 photos

    ... after we exited the terminal. We arrived in Shepherdstown, past parking lots with piled up snow and snowy fields to the aroma of homemade bean soup and slowed cooked turkey. I was early to bed, after greeting the cats and running a load of laundry.

    Today, Friday2/21, Janet and I drove back to BWI and I’ll end this great trip with a short flight back to Atlanta. Ben will be picking me up at the airport and then it’s home to my cats and more ...

    Good news and bad news

    A travel blog entry by hebejean on Nov 01, 2013

    Unfortunately, I had word from Restart yesterday that the little boy called Brian who I taught in St Patrick's and who was so sick for a couple of weeks during my stay, has run away from Restart, back onto the streets. It is so sad when this happens, because it is often due to a feeling a guilt in the child, that they are looked after when their family is still starving, or because they just don't understand how lucky they are. This is why we took some of them ...

    London day 3

    A travel blog entry by fokkensfamily on Sep 05, 2013

    16 photos

    ... like that. We left after over an hours free entertainment on 5 levels £15 lighter, not a bad effort as it was incredibly easy to spend money there. After a train ride back to our accommodation and a quick lunch it was back out, this time to the Roald Dahl museum where we met up with Sian's friend Emily who had gone to Sian's school for a year before moving back to England. This museum was really awesome and the narrow high street in town had tgese pint ...

    London bloody London

    A travel blog entry by deb.gord on Jul 26, 2013

    8 photos

    ... are many queens, kings, soldiers who are buried in tombs within this building. The history here is quite unbelievable. It is hard to believe that this building was built by humans without the kind of equipment/technology we have nowadays. I do have to say, it looks like they have not dusted in 700 years..lol ...