Churchgate Hotel

Address: Churchgate Street Village, Harlow, Essex, England, CM17 0JT, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Churchgate Street Village, Harlow, is near The Ridgeway National Trail.
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Travel Blogs from Harlow

Day 7 Back to Australia

A travel blog entry by jessemulholland on Jul 21, 2014

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I woke up early and showered, packed my bags and headed down stairs to catch a cab to the airport. The trip was busy but I arrived at the International Airport 3 hours before my flight. After I checked in and checked my passport I went to go to the Cafe. Before I knew it I was sitting on my flight ready to go.

I watched 2 movies and ate at least 4 meals I decided to try to get some sleep. I woke up after 5 hours and we were just about to land at our stop over in Dubai. ...

Queen's Birthday!

A travel blog entry by tedferny on Jun 14, 2014

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... big shin dig organized for her Majesty involving half the British Army; the Air force; and a sizable chunk of the London Police Force. The intent had been to visit Churchill's War Cabinet meeting rooms, situated underground near Downing Street. We couldn't get through the various Police cordons, and given that many of the Coppers were armed with MP5's, I didn't think it wise to repeat my *****ian translator act. We allowed ourselves to follow the throngs down towards ...

Montessori teaching assistants

A travel blog entry by kiyananunez on Jun 02, 2014

... know Frere Jacques and Alouette) and then practice saying hello or counting in a few different languages. Finally, I was to give each child a chance to practice an activity that helps them to control their body movement. The teacher rings a bell, and as long as the bell is being rung, the child does whatever movement you've assigned them (hopping, standing on tippy toes, etc.). When the bell stops ringing, they have to stop doing ...

Hamleys Toys and British Museum

A travel blog entry by go_gifford on Apr 22, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

Today David & the boys went sight seeing without me. I had a bit of a tummy bug but feeling much better now. They went to Hamleys Toy Store on advice from Adam. It's huge. Multiple floors of lots & lotsof toys. Kid heaven. They came home with a few bags of stuff and some lunch for all of us.

After lunch they explored the British Museum. The museum takes many hours to have a really good look around. The ...

Day 24: The One With The Repeat Visits

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jan 15, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... on the other side of the Chapel.

But the truly jaw-dropping part of the Abbey was the Lady Chapel built by Henry VII for his and his wife's burial. The ceiling is fan-vaulted and carved out of what looks like ivory but what is really beautiful white stone in a late Gothic style... which doesn't mean anything to me except that I knew it was magnificent. As we were leaving the chamber I told Lindsay it looked like it had been carved out of White Chocolate ...