Shendish Manor Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... London. There was a road diversion to manage, so we arrived with only a few minutes to spare.
The trip aboard the train was uneventful. Rang mum to wish her a happy birthday shortly before we arrived at London Liverpool Street Station shortly before 2 pm. The hotel that we would be staying in for our final night was fortunately only a stones throw away from the station. The kids by this stage of the trip had got ...
... made Queen with at the coronation he only got to wear for the actual moment that they made her queen. After that moment was over, they took it off and placed a different crown on her head. This second crown was worn to complete the coronation ceremony. The only other time she wears this crown is once a year at the State Opening of Parliament.
... Real California Tacos". A single Indian place (Masala Zone) managed to attract our interest longer than most other places, but we kept going. We wanted -local- food! Our quest ended at a small French restaurant. Jimmy was ecstatic for a good French meal and happily conversed in French with the waiter. He got duck and I got cod, both were expertly prepared and delicious. My portion of the check was around 13 pounds, or around $22, which was admittedly more than ...
Dave and I visited Kate and Andrew in Hemel Hempstead this morning. First of all we admired all the decorating they'd done over the last few months and then we walked into town through Old Hemel. I took one or two photos. I think it's a shame that the new town doesn't look as nice as the old; even though it isn't historic but it could ...
... us getting inside. I thought surely there’re just saying that and all will be ok. I stood in the rain for a good twenty minutes with a scarf wrapped around my head really wishing that the people behind me would ask if I wanted to stand under their umbrella. That didn’t happen and as I got about fifty meters from the entrance they stopped admissions and we were left stranded to watch the ceremony in the courtyard next to the cathedral. ...