Travelodge Cheshunt

Address: Park Plaza, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, England, EN8 8DY , United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Park Plaza, Cheshunt, is near The Electric, Rye Meads Nature Reserve, 2 Willow Road, and Lee Valley Regional Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Cheshunt

    Farewell Fifi & Glamping life

    A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Jun 05, 2015

    6 photos

    ... this is going to be a wonderful afternoon.

    After about an hour and travelling 2km's my poor old bladder was screaming in pain, so much so that it was too painful to change gears so I got out of the hire car, raced back to Brendan in Fifi and said you really need to pull off to the side of the road coz I have to wazz. We managed to pull onto the shoulder, I turned off the car and literally ran to Fifi and her beloved toilet. I felt a little bit like ...

    It all ends at post#100...

    A travel blog entry by sam.tank on May 15, 2015

    3 photos

    ... final flight, so, once we were through security, we stopped for a Costa coffee... A good old black Americano... Everywhere I've been in Asia seems to favour a very sweet coffee, usually milky (fresh or condensed) so it was a refreshing change.

    The Beijing to London flight was an 11 hour stretch... But with the whole row to myself I was able to properly lounge about the whole time. I didn't manage to sleep but did finally watch "the imitation game" and ...

    LONDON

    A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 13, 2014

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... and we would get a narrative about that site; also, there were additional recordings that went into each site in greater detail. One walked at their own pace and there was no rush. For the few that are not experts on Stonehenge, it was built around 2,500 b.c. - by who, is still not known. It served as a temple for the burial mounds that were located all around it some as far away as a half mile. The temple was built by hauling the ...

    The Times Square of London

    A travel blog entry by courtneyrosen on Aug 10, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... proximity. Virginia Wolfe, describes Oxford Street in her essay Oxford Street Tide, as a wonderland full of different stores; however she does not take it seriously. She states how Oxford is all for show, “it is vain to try to come to a conclusion in Oxford Street”. Oxford street back in the time of Virginia Wolfe, was for a lower end clientele but was still a place of hustle and bustle. Virginia believes that Oxford St.’s shops are built for ...

    Mongol Rally Starting Line

    A travel blog entry by ben_pereira on Jul 19, 2014

    15 photos

    ... youth hostel and an outdoor camp site. There was a decked outdoor area where drinks were being served and an outdoor common area where people were sitting around eating and having a chat. It would have been nice to sit around and relax, unfortunately we only had 1 night in Amsterdam to have a look around.

    After a short walk into Amsterdam (~1 hour), we were starving and went to find a place a place to eat in the Red Light District. The place we decided on was a late ...