Holiday Inn Express London-Watford Junction
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... Everyone should know the essentials about the hotel services, dining, hours,
policies, charges and entertainment. The concierge may be the main point of
call for these things, but as there’s only one concierge desk, it’s important
for the rest of the staff to know their stuff, too. The team should really feel
like a team – they should be communicating and working together to anticipate
your needs and help you sail through your stay.
... the journey was fairly uneventful (unlike the last couple of times I've flown to India and had eventful flights!).
Arrival in Dubai for 6 hours 45 mins then onwards to Delhi and early too!
I had a little man (he really was tiny) waiting for me with my name sign and everything wow thing work out here! Arrival at the hotel was weird the little man brought me to a hotel that looked very swish and I was like I don't think this is the ...
... of a non event really, except for George nearly getting intimate with a sleeping passenger next to him, pic attached of said tom foolery !
We landed in Holyhead at 1630 and we began that tough drive to London. We made good time, only stopping ...
... and he was killed. Very sad. Xx ( must remember to ask more, or look into circumstances re this tragedy when we see Hazel next) Quite enjoyed the Tower Bridge, very well done, showing audios, plans and sketches, largest bridges around the world pictures, the views were stunning again! Then headed down to the engine room for where all the action happens, the bridge is still opened just about every day for tall and enormous cruise ships etc.. Entering the Thames River, which ...
... sub-par fare, and I cunningly thought I'd bypassed this by eating everything on the flight over, including the 'yum yum' peanuts as they were so temptingly described on the dubious packaging.
For reasons I wont go into, I decided to join the Burger King queue, and having done so realised I had no local currency. Cursing, I ordered the 15.40 Malaysian Ringgit meal, and only later realised that this was probably the cheapest ...