Kings Croft Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... Jessie, they are only a year apart. On Friday I caught the train into Watford on the outskirts of London were I met a few of my international friends. We had booked tickets to the Harry Potter Studio Tour months ago. The tour was very cool. It had a lot of props and sets from the movies including the Great Hall, Gryfindor bedroom and common room as well as costumes, props and interesting information. Out in the backlot they had 4 Privet Drive, ...
... in this weather, but they seem to enjoy the lifestyle.
Jimmy is persisting with the job applications. All the recruitment agencies have been saying it's still to early in the year so hopefully something comes up soon.
This week is a big week at work with the Science Faculty Review coming up. I have two lesson observations so hopefully that goes ...
... to move into is happy to have us, we just have to wait for credit and reference checks to be completed. Our hotel has no more room available from tomorrow so while I'm at my first day of work, Jimmy will be moving all our bags to a new hotel. The plan is that we will only need to stay there for two or three nights and then we will be able to move into our flat. FINGRS CROSSED! Off to Birmingham for the day today. More updates ...
... stairs. The adults, Emma and Geoff, Mark and Kerry, Chris and Rachel (formerly the kids) and Lin and Henry, John and Cheryl, Ali and Jum, Suzy and Dave. It has been 6 years since Liz's wedding when were last here, so it was really lovely to see everyone - honestly it was almost like a time warp. It didn't seem like so long had passed.
The best part though was to watch and listen to all ...
... four-posts and curtains made from the richest material from France. The halls had parts of their art collections bunched on the walls and lining the sides. Paintings from Leonardo da Vinci and Rembrandt (if memory serves me correctly). They also had artefacts from ancient Egypt, casually scattered around. One of the past Dukes decided he wanted two Narwhal tusks to furnish the side of his fireplace, so two Narwhal tusks he got. In the same room he decided he ...