Wall Hill Farm Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... is accessible to the consumer through the immense amount of stores. However, I am surprised in myself throughout my abroad experience, As a longtime fan of Topshop ironically I rarely at the Oxford St. mega-store location. I find it overwhelming, hectic and at times hard to breathe. I personally feel more comfortable in the environment of Selfridges, which to me is the English equivalent to Bloomingdales but with the very important aspect of having High ...
Today we went to Warner Brothers: Harry Potter Studio! We saw every thing from the Hogwarts Castle to how the candles float. My favorite items that we saw were the Great Hall, the broomsticks, Diagon Alley, and the Hogwarts Castle. Speaking about broomsticks, Evan and I got to go in a broomstick simulator were you got to dress up in robes and see how Harry Potter rode a broomstick in ...
... I have to go through security again? Are you serious?” “Yes,” he says, and to his credit he looks slightly apologetic. “If you don’t mind I’ll just go over here and look for it a little more thoroughly.” Remember, it’s like 10pm and I’m already exhausted.
So I step off to the corner and I can’t find the stupid boarding pass anywhere. Who rips the pass 3 hours before ...
... Wandsworth road collecting V cans for Waitangi day! We got about 24 cans in the end from three different convenience stores- oh the colour of the can.. it takes me back!
We got some strange looks though.. perhaps we were just a little too enthusiastic about the whole thing...
Finally at 11.30pm after a bit more work on the costumes Jess turned up for the Waitangi weekend of ...
... by and before we knew it, it was time to walk back to the station to catch our train. Everyone walked us back and we all said our goodbyes on the little platform at Plumley.
Back to Sale and a quick change of clothes. We were going to see Auntie Margaret and Sarah sing at Bridgewater Hall in Manchester with their singing group "Sing Live". We quickly had supper at a pub on the canal in ...