Best Western White House Hotel
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The pay off for not visiting Euro-Disney in Paris was a trip to the Warner Brothers Harry Potter studio in Watford where they've retained many of the movie sets and related paraphernalia. Essentially a museum dedicated to Harry Potter (& money-making) and so a popular attraction for the hordes who willingly empty their wallets as they pass through. All that said, it's very ...
... changed yet always the same - buzzing, fantastic, exciting. Black cab to our flat in Notting Hill. Super location, quirky property, as spacious as a basement 3 bed flat will allow. Went out immediately ( well as immediately as can be after getting the wifi going - number one priority it seems). We followed a well worn route up Portobello Road, took a right hand turn down Westbourne thru a swanky shopping strip to ...
... so it wasn’t as easy to see where to aim for.
Although most of the time my arrows went anywhere but on the target initially, I eventually found my groove and in the rounds we played against each other, I scored 32/100! Amazing! Marie, managed to get a bullseye, which was unbelievable, and then all hell broke loose on her game (which is why it was so unbelievable!) and she missed almost everything after that and even shot the target next to ...
... cancer in the nuts. Two years ago, my mum felt faint and was taken to hospital. Further tests revealed she had cancer. Again, I was absolutely heartbroken.. but I was stronger this time around, and every day was spent with her in hospital. If you ask her, she would say the reason I came every day was because of the nurses. That's a barefaced lie. It was the doctor and the pharmacist that I came for. We spent everyday making ***** of ourselves. ...
... was essentially a museum. There were exhibits everywhere and we were allowed to go at our own pace and do pretty much whatever we wanted to do.
There is everything from set pieces, props, costumes, wigs, sketches, entire set recreations, videos explaining how many effects were created. Everywhere you turned was something amazing. It's hard to describe and there are so many pictures. There's a few here, but I will put many more up ...