The Saracens Head Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews The Saracens Head Hotel Great Dunmow
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... music and wild applause greeted the ears. The wide, heat filled, avenues hung with the tantalising aroma of burgers, chips and exotic fast food for those getting a little peckish. Despite the huge crowds that inched their way to the variety of arenas there was an overall sense of good humour, expectation, fun and exuberance.
Today, two years later, the park that greeted me had changed. The circus has gone. Gone are the street ...
... bed. Much more upmarket than we are used to. Staff polite and smiling and bow and back out of the room. Only problem was no Wifi as it was really expensive. Unable to contact Andrew Law by email and the phone number he gave wouldn't connect. Went to a cafe for a meal where wifi free. He had emailed us inviting us to lunch tomorrow. Replied but then came away with no message. emailed Deb for her to get in touch with Andrew. No reply by bedtime. 30 November Awake at 5 am ...
... idea! Nice pot of English Breakfast tea and they offered me some water too, lovely! £10.30 thanks for coming!! Ouch! Oh well, was a nice experience. I found the souvenir dept and picked up a few things and then continued to wander, Disney area, designer frocks worth a squillion, but it was such an eye opener I made Rob come and check it out after his tour. Wandered a few more stores but things aren't cheap here so didn't buy anything, caught up with Rob and we decided to head ...
... a doctor and novelist who was shot by firing squad at this site on December 30, 1896 on charges of fomenting local rebellion against the Spanish government.
However the Philippines declared its freedom from Spain on June 12, 1898 but the American forces quickly replaced the Spanish colonizers. The US granted the Philippines its freedom on July 4, 1946 , after the defeat of Japanese forces in the country. This is also where Manuel Roxas was ...
... from an incredible number of Spanish ships along the way, earning him the reputation in Spain of being a pirate, but making him a multi-millionaire by today's standards.
Both my A-Z and the Google map did not show a very direct route to The Globe, but the fellow at the cathedral bookshop pointed out the river walk that would get us there. Whether he didn't explain thoroughly, or I just misheard, we actually got lost, one of the only times I have ...