The Broadway Hotel

Address: The Broadway, Letchworth, Hertfordshire, England, SG6 3NZ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on The Broadway, Letchworth.
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      Travel Blogs from Letchworth


      A travel blog entry by rcampbellburns on Aug 08, 2014

      2 photos

      ... arrived at 7pm and our car arrived quickly after to take the three of us to Pollen St Social where we were meeting Mike for dinner. What a great restaurant, fabulous food, great ambience and a very fitting way to spend our last night in London. We piled back into a car to get home and had a soothing peppermint tea before bed.....dreading the travel day infront of us - it would be nice if we could just blink our way ...

      Good morning! - sing song

      A travel blog entry by lulatales2014 on May 22, 2014

      ... said good morning, see the sun is shinin'. Good morning, hear the birdies sing. It's great to stay up late. Good mornin', good mornin' to you. When the band began to play The stars were shinin' bright. Now the milkman's on his way, It's too late to say goodnight. Good morning, good morning! Sunbeams will soon smile through. Good mornin', good morning', Good mornin', my darlin', to ...

      One day to go!

      A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 21, 2014

      2 comments, 1 photo

      So we're off to a good start! After making an 'I want it pile' and trawling through that for a smaller 'I NEED this' pile I am left very hacked off at the things I will have to leave after me. Chances of everything fitting into the bag; slim to ...

      Trying to understand the English

      A travel blog entry by lerato.t on May 06, 2014

      ... Turns out that 'cheers' means 'thanks' in England...mmmkay. Another English thing... I come into work and greet people (as one does) and I always say "hey! How are you?" And the reply is always "You ok?". I always get thrown by this question and reply, " Ja why?". When someone asks you if you are ok, that generally suggests that you look sad, **** etc. But noooo, to the English it means 'how are ...

      Chapter 2: Crossing the Sahara

      A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Mar 01, 2014

      ... us of his up-and-coming musical career. We were warned of his trickery and instructed by Baba not to fall for his requests for assistance. We heeded his prophetic advice.

      Our first footsteps in what I refer to as Sub-Saharan Africa were muddy ones. We clamoured up the river bank, trying to follow as best as we could in Baba’s footsteps. Baba led us to a small concrete office which constituted Senegalese immigration in which only two staff were seated. ...