Once in London, you don’t have to go far to experience the prime British lifestyle. In fact, there are many places of interest in London itself.
Known for the red double-decker bus, black taxi cab, and several landmarks, London is located just south of Hatfield, the small town where we stayed at the beginning of the visit.
We traveled down to London via the train on one of the days to escape from the mundane Hatfield environment.
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Hatfield wouldn’t be on the to-visit list when one travels to England. It’s somewhat… unknown to many.
But during my recent trip to UK last year, Hatfield, located north of London, was the first destination we embarked on upon arriving at the country.
The journey from Heathrow Airport to Hatfield is about a 2-hour bus ride. But it takes less than an hour by taxi.