Travelodge Chelmsford Hotel

Address: 128 - 136 Parkway, Chelmsford, Essex, England, CM2 7PU, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 128 - 136 Parkway, Chelmsford.
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    India... Incredible India... :-)

    A travel blog entry by elliottjulia on Jan 11, 2015

    ... were so delicious... I loved seafood from South India and i loved exploring street food in North India. I've tested my stomach and I have to thank the gods of food and digestion that these brave experiments never resulted in anything more than an upset stomach here and there. We have bought about 4 kg of spices, so i will try to do more authentic Indian cooking back home. Seeing very poor developing country made me appreciate very sharply that i'm living a ...

    London’s Hottest Nightspots

    A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Oct 17, 2014

    ... to give an 'authentic’ British pub experience to those which are populated by the young professionals of the city.

    If you want to frequent the same bars as the rich and famous then you should head to South Kensington or the West End. Bear in mind that to gain access to the most up-market bars you will need to be in a mixed group and dressed to impress. If you are less interested in celebrity and more interested in being hip, then any of the ...

    The Tourist is let loose

    A travel blog entry by hailesr on Aug 25, 2014

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    ... as Dame Helen Mirren , Sir Paul McCartney and Dame Judy Dench as well as much older paintings. The most incredible thing was a sculpture of a man's head that had been carved from 8 litres of human blood (the artist's) that was frozen. It was presented in a special refrigerated display cabinet. As I continued along Whitehall, in the rain, I came upon The Household Calvary Museum which proved very interesting. And of course Number 10 Downing Street. ...

    Last day on Tour, then onto London

    A travel blog entry by goz60 on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... Shakespeare's wife's house first, Anne Hathaway's cottage, a gorgeous thatched place with pretty cottage gardens, then onto the main act, Will's place. The house where William was born is a major tourist attraction for this region. This area is quite devoted to Shakespeare, they are very proud of their famous son. We have a couple of hours here and have a good look around, even a last opportunity for another cream tea at a local cafe, very nice. We watch a ...

    City of London

    A travel blog entry by abryan124 on May 19, 2014

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    ... hostel loses some points for the train and the inch thick pillows. One of my favorite times of the day is when Bryan guess what city we are in and the city we are going to the next day. So far, here are the names: hooker street (Dublin) gall bladder (Galway) belleview (Belfast) and Bristol (London). He also cannot remember what currency we are in so we have been using Dublin/Irish dollars and "here" dollars for Northern Ireland (since ...