Jurys Inn London Watford
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... you could eat your lunch or type on your computer. The ride was air-conditioned and smoooooth. We arrived in 20 minutes. It took longer to wait for the Harry Potter bus than to travel through 7 zones to the outskirts of London. The Warner Bros. Studio was a big yellow hangar with pictures from the movies hung on its exterior. As you entered the Harry Potter theme song hit you, as well as a long queue. When we finally entered we all sat ...
... excited tonic so avoiding any repeat, I opt to open it in the toilet. Job done, now we're really on holiday. Arrive in Waterloo on time and after thirty minutes on the tube we arrive at our abode for the next couple of nights which is the grange at Tower Hill. Drop the bags and off out for a walk along the north bank. A little concerned that every hostilely we find is closed, I know it's Easter Sunday but come on, we still need a drink. Eventually give up and cross to the south ...
... to meet our transport for the next 6weeks. It is shiny, new & huge. It fits all of us & our luggage perfectly.
So we started our road trip with a driver who hasn't driven a manual car in 16 years also driving on the opposite side of the road and can't read the road signs. Well that probably won't be an issue cause he doesn't read signs anyway as he can't see them with his bad eyesight.
Thank goodness we are ...
OK so before I get to the exciting part, I'm going to start from the start. So we left around 10:00 and headed to Madame Tussads, we had to walk there so we went through the park which meant seeing a lot of cute dogs (which we did). We finally got there and thought we would get in pretty quick, but we had to wait at the back of the queue though we weren't waiting for long until we finally reached the entrance. All the stated were in sections so on the first floor there were celebrities ...
... specially modified engines so they can run for long distances at 3 m.p.h.), the stables and some of the Royal horses. Next stop was the Churchill War Rooms. The museum is comprised of the Cabinet War Rooms, a historic underground complex that housed a British government command center throughout the Second World War, and the Churchill Museum, a biographical museum exploring the life of Winston Churchill. Fabulous! Then ...