Travelodge Hemel Hempstead
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Travelodge Hemel Hempstead
Travel Blogs from Hemel Hempstead
... a look around the district for a few hours before they came home from work. We will have a couple of days before going on to other rellies on Ann's mum's side, at Bishops Stortford, a short drive away.
After that, I am making every effort to be back in London by Wednesday so that I can get to a Walkabout Pub to watch the SOO, but don' tell the navigator!!!
Until then, stay well.
Mark and Ann
These pommies would drink anything eh ...
... tired so back to sleep and not much job hunting took place that day
... in Brighton is pretty good – a day ticket or a day excursion ticket meant that exploring was very affordable. We even got the bus out to Lewes for a day trip to the Anne of Cleves Museum and Lewes Castle for the total fare of less than £9-00! We also spent almost a whole day walking around the Pavillon – “admiring” the architecture, the decor and furniture. Whilst it was cold there, we did enjoy our few days in Brighton.
... and saw a lot of squirrels. One even jumped up onto the bench we were sitting on and almost sat on mums lap, looking for food I think. We then saw Big Ben and heard the bell chime. It was then onto Westminster Abbey. This was probably one of my favourite places when I first visited London. The history behind who has been buried here including plenty of kings and queens and artists. Its also where William ...
... than Ben, but we strolled through and the kids spent some time playing on a canon simulator.
Then we made our way up the steep hill to the Royal Observatory. The view from the top- across to London - was breathtaking and the kids spent some time enjoying the view and the sunshine, running around and rolling down the hill. We also took the obligatory photo straddling the meridian.
By the time we walked back into Greenwich, it was late in the afternoon. ...