Mercure Hatfield Oak Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... which we had found online. Arriving at 10:30 for the 10:30 service, we were a little shocked to see an empty car park and an empty church. It seems everybody arrives just a little bit late. The people were very friendly and soon the device started up. There were three microphones, a drum kit, piano and three guitars set up so we were amused when pastor Mike was the only one to get up and song and play. A short service, with a rather un-Christmasy sermon, which was ...
... and fruit pie... a four course banquet paired with carafes of red wine or beer.
It was a pretty awesome place, in that everyone was encouraged to bang their glasses on the table to cheer people on and yell "wench" when they wanted their server to bring more wine or beer. The show was also pretty cool- just a bunch of entertainers in the middle of the venue doing tricks, singing and doing little acts.
The weird thing was that after the meal and ...
... We had an excellent lunch of sandwiches and salads. The girls thought it was beautiful and cool. Then we toured the castle. We saw Queen Mary's huge dollhouse and the oppulant rooms of the state apartments. There was a room filled with swords and rifles mounted on the wall. Natalie said "the king would show his daughter's boyfriend the room." On the way back to the bus we ran into the Bucknell rowing team. They are here to participate in a ...
... we arrived back at John & Rosemary's late......all the lights were out..... we felt like naughty children returning home after a night out! In need of a wee, Alastair parked the Porsche and forgot to properly apply the handbrake - so it rolled dangerously close to a downpipe. "No problems there" asserted Alastair, "..at least 2 mm to spare!" So having just averted a modification to both John's house AND Alastair's Porsche, having completed the task ...
... or some such thing, but many are just shops or offices or apartments. We stopped at St Pauls with its big dome, the Millennium Bridge, Royal Courts of justice, Temple church, along Fleet St and The Strand to my favourite, Trafalgar square where Mr Frogmeister was a bit scared of the big lions! You could sit there for hours with the National Gallery behind you, St Martins in the field church in the corner, all centred around the lions and fountains with Nelsons column in the ...