Mercure Hatfield Oak Hotel
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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 ...
... with voice mail
• Complimentary WiFi and broadband to make sure that the guests stay connected.
• Laundry and dry cleaning facilities
• In-room tea and coffee making facilities
• Luggage rooms
• Multilingual staff
• Restaurant and bar service
• 24 hour front desk service
All these features are designed to make your stay comfortable and compel you to ...
... approved and will be delivered to the center between 5 and 6. Since we are going to the Globe Theater for Shakespeare at 7:30 we catch buses and trains back to the Penn Club for a quick nap and our coats then return to get our visas. We are delighted! Allen kept saying not to worry but how could I not? Now things are really falling into place for the rest of our trip. We will go to Northern India on Jan 29 and finish in Southern India ...
... helping out in the Spanish Civil War. An anti fascist poster showed a picture of many dead children with the headline and accompanying text; "Swift death out of the sky. 71 children killed with one bomb, Oct 30th 1936. This was Franco's first air raid on Madrid." Also in the NPG were some of Ian's favourite Julian Opie portraits. He did one in a similar style for Blake's 6th birthday this year which I will add ...
... 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 ...