And so, without the double vision of a hang over, I was able to get out of bed, and drive back into town for a little walk aound the beautifully small and quaint city. It is stunning; it is uber expensive to live in, but it is a really wonderful place to live (if you can afford it) or visit. I very gladly wandered around the streets, and enjoyed a couple of tea and coffee breaks to spend the bulk of my day.
When satisfied I\'d pretty much seen all of Hertford, I set back off up the A1 for home. I broke the journey up with a short stop in Sandy, but I found it largely overrated. It is famed for the surrounding hills, but realistically, there wasn\'t much to see. I didn\'t even give it my time for photographs from the hills, though the cottages were much nicer to see. To be honest, I was glad I didn\'t need to stay longer, and was quite eager to get back home, so I jumped back into the car and did just that.