Travelodge Stansted Bishops Stortford Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... city and there is just so much to see and unfortunately we did not see everything but we have very fond memories of the friendly, helpful people, great shops, food and fashion. The Londoners we came across were cultured and very willing to help and the city is always buzzing with activity and amazing places to see. We would have liked more time in London, we were sad to be leaving to begin our road trip, crisscrossing ...
... were amazing. Loved it. Bought the t-shirt and the staged photo! We walked along Southbank which was beautiful. I had listened in on someone else's guided tour the other day and heard that the Thames is a tidal river with the biggest tidal range ?In the world. A twice daily variation of 21 feet - approximately 7 metres. I could have misheard but it was low tide and there were people in muddy/sandy banks of the river scavenging, digging for ..., one ...
Since news of the tube strike had been received we decided that we should make our way back to London before the strike started. Brock's father had suggested that we visit Lulworth Cove which was great advice. We then headed back to the airport to drop ...
Today we embarked on a tour of Warwick Castle, Stratford Upon Avon, the Cotswolds & Oxford. This was something we had eagerly anticipated and we were not disappointed. From the outset we knew 'this was a winner'! Our tour guide was very knowledgable and interesting. She made history sing and the countryside was a bonus. The gentle rolling hills, the green (!), together with the travelogue of our guide was just fabulous. First we took in Warwick Castle which was built ...
From there we headed to Harrods. We saw the outside of Harrods the previous day, but we wanted to see it at night all lit up and wander around inside a bit. Walking in was overwhelming. There are too many things to see, too many rooms, floors, departments, people. Couldn't deal. We spent most of our time in the food area though which was fun to see. We gave in and bought a few cupcakes that were gorgeous.... Unfortunately they didn't taste nearly as great.