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... are a Harry Potter fan, even mildly interested, I highly recommend it! There was so much more than I expected and in true European fashion, as opposed to the way we have exhibitions, everything is so close and not separated from you by a glass or plastic wall. People are asked not to touch and they don't! Just goes to show that if you set the bar people rise to it. Or, maybe we're just a bunch of misbehaving infants. The jury ...
... and stay connected, but finally the guy I spoke to was helpful and able to send through a quote for what we needed. But it was too ***********firm the booking from here, so we just left it, thinking we'd call them back later from a place that was more conducive to connection.
We were able to get close to Charles Dickens' old house without changing trains, and then we had a pleasant walk up a fairly big road. The house was well-presented, and not ...
... Accommodation is clear-cut to meet the flavors of their guests in the most substantial manner. With a huge range of services, as provided in these hotels, the Paddington inns are certain to be your finest place of housing in this stunning city. The high-end amenities, which you can experience when booking your room in these London inns, are: free of charge internet access, fitness rooms that are solely for the inn inmates, multi-lingual ...
... br style="line-height: 25.5599994659424px;">I just have a thing about watching kids in the fountain at Leicester Square. Either getting water in their face, running past or laughing...it just makes me happy.
London is a big city, but it's made up of millions and millions of tiny memories. So maybe it's not that big afterall.
... The lady in GPS, with her rounded vowels and her increasingly insistent requests when you take the wrong turns has won my heart. It is a worry when she declares "you have reached your destination", I only hope this is entirely location based and not a broader statement.
We headed north on the A1 to the Imperial War Museum at Duxford. Duxford was World ...