Red Lion Hotel

78-80 Watling Street, Radlett, Hertfordshire, England, WD7 7NP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 78-80 Watling Street, Radlett, is near Historic Chatham Dockyard, Dickens World, Diggerland, and Royal Engineers Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Radlett

    Heathrow to Home

    A travel blog entry by jandjsgrandtour on May 06, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    I remember being told at school that every story must have a proper conclusion, and so this is it. It's probably more difficult to write than any of the earlier blogs, it involves a letting go, and that's never easy. But anyway, here goes....

    Well, we are now back at home and our journey has ended. We've had a brilliant time, but there's no question, we are pleased to be here, and to end our seemingly perpetual motion of the ...

    London and Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by calicait on Apr 21, 2014

    82 photos

    ... to be photographed. However, I will try my best to describe it. Every inch of each room was decorated. There wasn't any empty space on the floors, walls, or even the ceilings. The floors were covered with massive rugs, massive tapestries were hung on the walls, and there were beautiful carvings made from plaster that covered the ceiling. It was so beautiful! My favorite room in the manor was this massive room lined with portraits of all the kings and queens of ...

    When it rains, it pours ugly-girl-cry tears

    A travel blog entry by daniellechalk on Jan 13, 2014

    1 photo

    ... specs of lights are cities, houses, cars in infinite lines of traffic. So I'm even more minuscule than a single one of those specs, and within that spec dwells all my problems, thoughts, consequences. Sometimes you have to allow yourself feel small to realize that everything is going to be okay, and that gravity's pull is strictly scientific, but metaphorically we can defy it. As you keep ascending everything ...

    London first three days

    A travel blog entry by pete.willcox on Aug 30, 2013

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... signs of developing into something which was a worry. After breakfast we took the tube and finished the time we had left on the Original Tour Bus which left us reasonably informed on where things were. We wandered along the Thames, checked out the Temple area including The Knights Templar, had lunch then went to St Paul’s Cathedral which was well worth the 16 pound entry fee. They have an hourly service ...

    The Borough, The Rose and the Tate Modern

    A travel blog entry by silsby on Jul 20, 2013

    15 photos

    ... immediately around the station - the old Blackfriars Station, now closed and replaced by Southwark Station (although there is now a Blackfriars Station on the other side of the river), the modern building on the corner, built on the site of the Surrey Chapel which, when the congregation moved to another site after nearly 100 years, eventually became the first boxing ring in London, known simply as The Ring. It was destroyed by bombs in the London Blitz, and shrapnel ...