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Now clearly they were full and no chance of getting in.
They do collect up your name and seemingly give you priority entry for another taping, but still no guarantee that you would get in.
Can understand why they oversubscribe to ensure they can get a full audience but seems like it's at least double the number they could possibly take.
So if get another chance will need to start queuing much earlier.
It may have been 13 years late but I've finally received my letter to Hogwarts! The dream has finally become a reality... We'll sort of.
Today Marian and I visited the set of Harry Potter. Located outside of London it was an all day adventure.
We took, not the Hogwarts Express, but the tube and over ground and then a bus to reach our destination. We were given passports to have stamped throughout the tour and then off we went to line up to enter.
When our ...
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The famous Hollywood movie has made Notting Hill one of the most well recognized areas in London, and the unique Portobello Road market is easily one ...
... delicacies and good wine.
This travel guide to London can be helpful for all those who are new to the city or those who have been thinking of spending some quality time in the capital city of England. The city which has something for everyone is worth visiting and make sure to put up in a decent hotel to enjoy your trip smoothly. The Montcalm London Marble Arch is exquisitely eminent in catering to every body’s needs and requirements. ...
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This evening was topped off with a trip to the last cocktail bar on our list, the Nightjar. This speakeasy offered a unique and cozy atmosphere. Tyler’s first drink, the Rum Zombie even came out on fire. It was here where we met a Thai woman who recommended Nahm, a restaurant in Bangkok for us to visit, but warned that we should book in advance as even she was not able to get in. Ashlyn, feeling very proud of herself, had already made ...