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... shops selling wands and magical items, The alley lead into the art department where there was a fantastic look into the amount of background work that went into the movie with hundreds of concept drawings, technical drafting, and white card models. The highlight of the whole tour was next with a huge 1/24 model of Hogwarts castle. This was used for the exterior shots of the castle and grounds for many of the movies. The detail in the model ...
... on the official websites of the hotels as well as on many marketing websites that make such deals available to interested clients. Some of the websites that fall into the latter category require a membership or affiliation of the individual prior to making the desired booking, but this membership is easily obtained. This sort of discount can be availed for for all ranges of accommodation available in the city from The Marble Arch ...
... line you are in again depends on which Court you picked. You then have to wait in that line until 8:30-8:45 when the security opens. You then make your way through the security area. After security you have the chance to "jump the queue" a little bit. So there are a few people running or walking very quickly so they can be at the front of their Court Line to pick the better seats. You walk/run about 800m to the turnstile where you wait in line again until 9:30 when they open ...
... delights" which sounded intriguing. Diane got a hot chocolate and M/C shared a "tarte fruit rouge" which we didn't eat until we were on the train back to Weybridge. Diane took us on the tube from St. Paul's to Waterloo Station where we took the train back to Weybridge at 6:37 arriving at 7:08. Walked back to lodgings. Drank a gallon of water. Watched "The King's Speech" on the tele and to sleep.
... did we know it was all going to go down at the store... we browsed and finally decided on the wares... listened to a girl ask the shop clerk if she could use the bathroom (she said she would pay and still got refused), then approached the counter and got told not to say the S word... should have known things were going wrong already.. an Irish guy approaches the counter just as we are trying to pay and ...
Other places to stay in High Wycombe
Handy Cross, High Wycombe | 3 star hotelfrom $89
Ibstone, High Wycombe | Hotelfrom $113
Four Ashes Road, Cryers Hill, High Wycombe | 3 star hotelfrom $47
London Road, High Wycombe | Hotelfrom $97
210 West Wycombe Road, High Wycombe | 3 star hotelfrom $101
17 Priory Road, High Wycombe | Hotelfrom $82
145-147 West Wycombe Road, High Wycombe | Hotelfrom $74
9/11 Priory Avenue, High Wycombe | Hotelfrom $92