Within the medieval town of St.Albans (just north of London, in the countryside) is the home of Hertfordshire Auctions, the main attraction during the specialists’ visit.
Porters Wood Industrial Estate, Valley Road, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, UK, AL3 6PQ
Hilton Watford Hotel
Accommodations for the auction specialists and Baggage Battles crew.
Elton Way, Watford WD25 8HA, UK
Imperial China Restaurant
This large, ornate Chinese restaurant has an elegant koi pond -- just one of its many inviting features, not the least of which is its menu. The dim sum is outstanding, and its steamed pork buns and prawn dumplings are of particular note.
Elton Way, Watford WD25 8HH, UK
The King William IV
The King William IV is a local favorite offering English fare. Englishman Laurence Martin felt right at home with the pub's Sunday roast.
185 Sandbridge Rd, St. Albans, St. Albans, Hertfordshire AL1 4AH, UK
The London Beatles Store
With the obligatory crossing of Abbey Road out of the way, Billy headed over to Baker Street, location of the official Beatles store, where he received some good news about his auction item.
231/233 Baker Street, London NW1 6XE
The Rex Cinema
The auction specialists visited the quaint village of Berkhamsted, where they found the Rex Cinema, a restored grand theater. Sally and Laurence picked up a quick lesson in the projection booth and slipped in a matinee.
High Street (Three Close Lane), Berkhamsted HP4 2FG, UK
Depending on where you're staying, London's Heathrow Airport is the choice of many, but because Stansted Airport is the center of this episode, we'll go with them.
London, Essex, United Kingdom
Some of the auction specialists headed to Toby Carvery for a bountiful buffet dinner that offers English delicacies: beef, chicken, lamb and pork dishes.
Hartspring Lane, Watford, Hertfordshire WD25 8AB, UK
Another great choice for dinner, for other members of the team, was The Volunteer, a pub that served up a delicious shepherd's pie that was "one to write home about."
245-247 Baker St, London, Greater London NW1 6XE, UK
Ye Olde Fighting Cocks
The oldest public house in all of England, Ye Olde Fighting Cocks has been in its present location since 1539.
16 Abbey Mill Lane, St. Albans, Hertfordshire AL3 4HE, UK