Lord Lister Hotel

Address: 1 Park Street, Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England, SG4 9AH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1 Park Street, Hitchin, is near St. Paul's Walden Bury.
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    Christmas Day

    A travel blog entry by davestone66 on Dec 25, 2014

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    ... to make other arrangements for the day. We arrive at Mark and Jo's and are met by three excited young boys ready to rip the wrappings off their presents. Its great to watch with squeals of delight as each boy sees their bounty of gifts grow.
    After the present opening comes brunch which is cooked on the BBQ outside as all option for cooking inside are taken up in the preparation of Christmas dinner. Mark and I head outside in the cold to cook with a glass of champagne in our ...

    A busy day with some awesome stuff explored!!

    A travel blog entry by ourbigadventure on Oct 07, 2014

    ... genius but he has just stepped out and we have just missed him.... A fire burns comfortingly in the grate, a book is left open in the table in front of the armchair beside the fire etc. We 'snoop' in his absence and check out the reading material in his bookshelves, and admire the small moments he has displayed in the room from his various cases. The next floor has Watson's bedroom which houses the bits & pieces a doctor would be likely to possess and ...

    Oxford vs. Main

    A travel blog entry by ana.prodanovich on Aug 15, 2014

    ... or Topshop in order to navigate myself around the High Street, and if I wanted to somewhat escape the hustle and bustle I would go to Liberty's. We were sent on many school trips to Oxford Street and it would always require mental preparation and lots of energy. The reasons I say this is not only are there an overwhelming amount of people, but the stores themselves are overwhelming with merchandise. It is definitely a unique shopping ...


    A travel blog entry by afromont on Jun 29, 2014

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    Up early and off to Hickstead for the Derby day. This is a big show, with some of the world's top riders, but was surprisingly relaxed and informal. Watching the "mini" class at 45cm, was just like being at our local pony club, and seeing the top level riders walking the Derby course, with jumps they could hardly see over (1.60m) seemed very normal. ...

    A Trip Down To London(town)

    A travel blog entry by frannieann on May 06, 2014

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    ... the guard parade. I've never seen anything like it. It was amazing. From there we walked along the 'royal mile', past Clarence House, to Trafalgar Square. Apart from the obvious sights, such as the Nelson Column and the Lions, we saw a huge blue chicken and some amazing street art. Some artists were busy drawing all the flags of the world in chalk. It was amazing. People but money on their representative flags. Surprisingly, and shockingly, I bumped into the ...