The Saracens Head Hotel

High Street , Great Dunmow, Essex, England, CM6 1AG, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on High Street , Great Dunmow.
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    Travel Blogs from Great Dunmow

    London - Last day (we made it)!

    A travel blog entry by kellynsmith on Apr 03, 2014

    8 photos

    ... their group! We met our tour guide at Sheppard's Bush and hopped on a coach to get to Hampton Court Palace, Henry VIII's palace (that he stole from Cardinal Wosley). It took us about 45 minutes to get there. The outside of the palace looked impressive! Our guide, Joel, was super knowledgable about English history and he took us into the Great Hall. They used the Hall for banquets and performances, and it is very likely Shakespeare would have performed there (as part of ...

    Day 3: London's history

    A travel blog entry by elainesj on Mar 08, 2014

    ... a fantastic timr at Britishmusrum. Matt enjoyed the Egyptian section taking lots pf pics. Looked for scones after but no bakeries in that part of London. Got to flat and hung out for lunch for a couple of hours. At 2pm, the new parents were ready and we were off for the tower. Gabby a little fussy so took us until 5:30 and we skipped a couple of sections. Had ...

    The Final Two Days

    A travel blog entry by monroefischer on Jan 01, 2014

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... Robert McCulloch purchased the bridge for $2,460,000. Oops. It has been reconstructed in Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

    Across the road was the tower with its four corner spires of Southwark Cathedral (pronounced Súthark). I had sung concerts there while I was a student at Trinity College of Music in London. Upon crossing the road we saw why the tower seemed so short - the ground level of the ancient building, since rebuilt after a fire in ...

    A day at home

    A travel blog entry by monroefischer on Dec 11, 2013

    6 comments, 12 photos

    ... will expand.)

    Seated at my desk, supplies out, the second volume of the Sforza Hours unwrapped and sitting in its viewing cradle, I looked at the little description booklet that came with each volume and got some more details. The original is on vellum (calf skin), has 125 leaves and is 13.1 x 9.3 cm (5 5/32 x 3 21/32 inches). The script is rounded gothic. I have found three scribes: the first one was really good, and the next two were either in ...

    San Fermin, Pamplona.

    A travel blog entry by mattymcv on Jul 11, 2013

    7 photos

    ... goes off and it's game on. People started sprinting but I still hadn't seen the bulls yet so I fought against the tide so that I could see them before I started to run. I finally saw the bulls in the distance and turned and legged it. As I got going I could feel the tension of the bulls coming closer, and a cow ringing closer and closer. I turned my head to look and I could see them about 5-10m behind me so I decided to get out of their way. I pushed to the right side of the street ...