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Little Chef

Little Chef

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We left the campsite early and stopped for breakfast at a Little Chef.


There are not that many Little Chefs around anymore and until today I hadn't been in one for nearly fifteen years. The one in the outskirts of St Albans is now a Starbucks, but when it was still a Little Chef I remember being taken there a couple of times with my sisters when we were 12 or 13 years old by our grandparents after a fun weekend swimming session. Going to Little Chef was quite a novelty. I'll never forget going there, not only because our grandparents were with us but also because on one occasion the man at the till was astounded when he saw that we were triplets, and gave us a big packet of Jelly Babies for free because he "had never met triplets before"!

The rest of the journey back to St Albans was uneventful because by coming back the day after Bank Holiday Monday, we avoided the awful traffic.

Posted by 3Traveller 03:41 Archived in United Kingdom Tagged united_kingdom st_albans

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