The Bell Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Serpent describes it as follows:
“The Hertfordshire town of Baldock is Templar territory. The large church of St. Mary’s is situated at the junction of three ancient roads, and was rebuilt and served by chaplains of the Order of the Knights Templar when they were granted lands by the church. As guardians of the pilgrim route and protectors of travellers on their way to the shrines of medieval Christendom they could hardly have chosen a better position.”
... St Albans was/is a well-known local legend - you used to be able to see him every Saturday at the market, in his black beret, red-and-white checked necktie and blue-and-white striped jumper, singing any song any child or their parent asked him to sing and accompanying himself with his accordion. He'd been busking there for at least thirty years, if not longer. I think Dad said once that he remembered him being there in the 70s! I remember seeing him there, in the same clothes, with ...
Rather a meagre breakfast at the Bell. The rain started before I left and there was a heavy shower as I rolled into Newbury. The sun came out then and it was fine all day. The towpath started ok but soon became a single muddy track through chest-high nettles and cow parsley. Worst of all were the roots sticking up everywhere, some dangerously parallel to the bike tyres. I walked the bike most of the way until ...
... 2 euros a day. Language difficulties at the border. However the roads were fantastic the people friendly and helpful in the countryside, and towns. If uncaring and unhelpful in Minsk. A beautiful country fantastic roads very little traffic.. But I really didn't enjoy Minsk, and it threw me a bit because for a few hours my enthusiasm ebbed. But only a few.
RUSSIA was my big surprise, no how long you look at a map look again. It goes on and on. Days of high mileage with ...
To some extent I am hoping that India lives up to the cliche of being the 'life changer/eye opener' that the older generations describe it as. It's not that I haven't been exposed to life's realities or seen other cultures in action before, but the mundane life of an 'educated' middle class bobkin is somewhat dry and tedious. In the morning I depart for Mumbai, a city where they say the contrast between rich and poor is ...