Grove End 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 ...
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... class.It really is a must for people visiting London to experience this restaurant with a fantastic view of London in the daylight and darkness. When we left at about 11.30pm there was still a queue of about 100 waiting at the street door to get up there.We were home 12-30am after the 1hr trip in the tube.
6 July Late start, weather not that good but should improve. Caught train to Richmond walked to the Cricketers Arms on the green, we had a nice sunday lunch ...
... some time on our hands so instead of going straight back to the hotel and sleeping (trying to stay awake until tonight) we decided to walk down the Strand. Went into the grounds of Somerset House (formerly a palace and now a museum and gallery), past Australia House, photographed the Fleet St. Statue and eventually ended up down at St Paul's Cathedral, Returned to hotel and had dinner at hotel restaurant ( all you can eat roast carvery) Wilting quite badly now, bed here I come ...
... to the Borough Markets yesterday where we purchased the much-heralded 'greatest toasted cheese sandwich in London.' I'll admit, not bad. We had a wander around and got our veggies and some kangaroo meat before heading for a walk along Southwark, Southbank and up to the London Eye. The weather was actually very good yesterday, it must have been 12 degrees. Along the way we strolled past the Globe Theatre, a boat captained by Sir Francis Drake and an old ...