Together with 4 of my favorite European bloggers, we’ve been wonderfully driven through this enchanting area and our journey was spiced up by a very pleasant local flavor.
We started by enjoying a walk through the awesome Verulamium Park, standing on the ruins of the Roman city Verulam. The splendors revealed by archaeologists, on top of all the wonderful and finely
composed Roman mosaics, can be admired in the Verulamium Museum, a little jewel well worth a visit.
We’ve been led through the most important masterpieces of the Museum by Elizabeth of St Albans Tour Guides, who provided us with very interesting insights on the archaeological site and mosaic techniques spiced up by a lovely sense of humor.
Since we all had a very early wake up, useless to say that we were starving! We thus headed toward the ‘Waffle House ‘, where we had a delicious lunch. The Waffle House is a piece of history, being located in a 16th Century watermill very well preserved. Definitely a place full of charm and a good choice to stop for lunch, dinner or simply a drink.
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