Tuesday, 8 June 2010

Monthly feature with travel correspondant Andy Jarosz.

Hi everyone,

On the show today we heard from Andy Jarosz, our travel correspondant. Today Andy was talking about great walk and days out around St. Albans, Hertfordshire and London.

For St. Albans Andy suggested walks in Gorhambury near the manor house and the 16th century custom built ruin. Andy also suggested near the Waffle House where after a good long walk you can refresh yourself with a nice waffle and a drink. Childwickbury was another suggestion where you can walk by Batchwood golf course. If you feel like walking to Hatfield, Andy suggested the Alban Way which was an old railway as a route where you will pass one of the old platforms on your way. And the last place Andy suggested for a good walk in St. Albans is Highfield Park.

Around the county you have walks in Aswell which has 3 pubs that according to Andy do really good food, Asherbride which a 30 minute drive from St. Albans where they have the beacon which you can up and finally Aldbury in Tring.

For days out in London Andy has suggested that if you are feeling hungry then Bricklane is the place to go for Indian cuisine and Chinatown for the more oriental. For walks Andy suggested walking to all the sites on the Monopoly board game which takes up a good 5 hours.

If you want to find out more from Andy then go to his website www.501places.com or you could follow him on his Twitter page or you could try the Hertfordshire Life website where Andy is a contributer.

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