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films, they hand made 17,000 boxes with handmade labels for the wand shop. This was to hold the wands, where Harry had to
choose a wand of his own. They had five “Fang”
dogs, which were mainly ones from Rescue homes, which had to be trained for the
films. Seeing the hand carved ornaments
and props was amazing. All the paints
which are seen around Hogwarts are all handpainted. ...
... the Queen will ride in an open carriage, seen by all blessed enough to get a spot along the processional. Next, we boarded our bus for Windsor Castle. Upon arriving, we saw the Queen's flag (not the Union Jack) flying which meant that she was at the castle. It was built around 1066 by Edward the conqueror. I got my picture with the Queen on the way in and we were ready to sightsee. The gardens and landscaping were exquisite, perfectly manicured. ...
... experience. It also has disabled and wheelchair access to all auditoriums and its friendly staff is at hand to ensure that viewers have a great time. It is best for visitors to the city to stay in hotels in Queens Gardens as all categories of accommodation are available and guests can reach the Vue with ease.
Nearest Stations: The nearest underground stations to the Vue are Fulham Broadway tube station and Parsons Green tube station. The ...
... because I am English
Doing the paperwork
Having digitised my life over the past few years I do pretty much everything online and hate paperwork with a passion. Fortunately there isn't much for this trip as I have eTickets and electronic documents. The Visa for Vietnam was a bit of a hassle but all sorted and very little paperwork to take
Vaccinations and Tablets
Who knew there were so many diseases you ...
... br> I eventually made my way up to Streatham Hill railway station, and caught another train back to Victoria station, and then the tube to Waterloo. Just across the road from Waterloo is the BFI Imax cinema, home to the largest cinema screen in Britain (20m by 26m!). There, I purchased a ticket to see Kingsman, which looked like a pretty good film. The showing wasn't for another two hours though, so I walked down to the riverfront and along past ...