Mercure Hatfield Oak Hotel
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... the speed cameras can't detect it! Nought to 80 mph in about 5 seconds......and Bob is thinking......****, what's going to happen when we get out of the side streets and onto the main road! Wow, what a car, and what acceleration..... we reached Hertford on the way home, and Bob's guts were still at some roundabout in Hatfield! Everyone knows that Bob has little understanding of cars (!), and Jan was engaging with Alastair on the ...
... of the death of ????, she was now the new Queen of England.
Knowing that my daughter Linda and other people I know are big fans of the life of Elizabeth 1st, I could not leave Hatfield without a photo of that historical place. Well I followed the map they give out, and walked, and walked, and walked. Everyone I asked thought it was in a different place, "just at the end of that road" they said. Or "No, it's back where you came ...
... decision to get off the tube at Waterloo Station. I logged on to their wifi, watched a clip on youtube from one of the Bourne movies that was filmed there, then went wandering around the station to see if I recognized it. It has been renovated since the movie was made and looked slightly different, but still recognizable. Whilst the clip was loading, I discovered that when the filming was taking place they managed to do so without any of the ...
A last dinner at the Cafe Eiffel in Paris, an early night, then we boarded the Eurostar for a two hour train trip to London. After a tasty lunch at a french(!) restaurant above the Victoria Railway station, close to where our hotel is located, we are relaxing in our room preparing for a night at the theatre. Just saw the BBC TV news segment announcing our new ...
... br> As you may have figured out if you have been following my blog, The Cecils that live here are related to the the family that lives at Burghley House, where I visited last weekend. Lord Burghley's son Thomas became the 1st Earl of Exeter and inherited Burghley House. Lord Burghley's other son Robert built Hatfield.
Hatfield House was incredible inside. There was intricately carved wood and marble everywhere. There were gilded ceilings. There tapestries ...
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