Travelodge Hatfield Central
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- Free parking
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... station that to get to the platform you have to descend 96 steps to the platform. Yesterday at another station we had to walk up 132 steps to depart at street level.
Time for our next stop at Abbey Road. There were heaps of Beatle fans all stopping on the famous crossing for the obligatory photo. The cars were so impatient beeping there horns if they had to stop and wait more than 5 seconds. It was a lovely walk down from the station to Abbey ...
After a beautiful tea in a British pub last night we slept for 12 hours and awoke at 4.30am to sunlight streaming in the windows and unfamiliar bird song. No trains roaring past that early which was a blessing. We took a walk and returned at 8am for a provided breakfast of toast and tea which was just like the stuff we have in New Zealand (except the tea was much better!) the European owner brought the hot toast out stacked high on ...
... the Porsche needed to be jump started......which set off the car alarm.......light sensors in surrounding houses were going beserk.....lights flashing on and off everywhere like some pop concert light show.......and most of the local dogs joining in - just for good measure! I am not sure how many people we woke up.... but I am sure that half of North Weald knew we were back!
John & Rosemary will be pleased that we head off to Italy ...
... of the next two hours the crowds became immense. At about 10:45, police on horseback and on foot began to move large numbers of people away from the Palace’s main and side gates. We thought just maybe those areas should have been barricaded before the crowds started arriving?
Finally, at about 11am, we could hear music in the distance. First came the Queen’s Guard with their tall bear skin hats and ...
... apparently there were about eighty applicants but Dad's had stood out from the rest - plus his reference was excellent); we saw the notices, Dad's room with stuff in it that he hadn't got round to moving out after he'd retired and the room where he worked originally before he moved into the new one years ago. We also got to look through photo albums of the surgery's staff Christmas fancy dress parties and other events. It was very touching and we were all really glad we'd ...