Jurys Inn London Watford
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
- Business Services
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... Dogs barking. Cars honking. Such a difference to the quietness of Dewsbury! This is something I have to get used to for the next year I can't wait! Tomorrow I will be making a visit to the British Council and explore a little bit of Delhi let's see how that pans out!
No doubt I will update this blog as I am sure there will be some amusing tales to talk about!
As for now its 1.11am and I think I need to sleep!
Namaste for ...
... 8217;s character time travels from the 1970s to the new millennium. His mission is to buy a computer. Yasser plays a stereotypical Indian computer salesperson. The confusion Hansler’s character faces creates the comedy of this scene--words like "windows" and “tablet” are punned around with great finesse. Hansler and Jo Ball later perform in a scene about speed ...
... very cool, we still had time to kill, and it was nearby, so we decided to drive out to see what it was all about. About 45 minutes later we arrived at our destination. Out in the distance we could see a tower in the middle of a field engulfed in fog. We bundled up, put on our rain-gear, and went into the visitor's center to purchase tickets to the tower. The wind had picked up a bit and the rain began to fall heavier, bending the small umbrella ...
We had a few more drinks and then went into the area for the show. The arena was massive! Can't believe she had sold out two shows before the show we were at which was 80% full.
Anyway.. Miranda... never seen her stuff before but she was quite hilarious.. and ridiculous! Most of her jokes were aimed at single middle agers.. and sad as it seems, I don't think we are too far off that age! But yea it was a really good show! It ...
Today we woke up and had breakfast at the hotel's restaurant. We drove off to London and we saw some famous streets on the way to the British Library. When we got there, we saw 6 levels of King Henry VIII's books. We went into another room that had some of Shakespeare's works in them and it also had the first copy of the Alice in Wonderland book. There was lots of music manuscripts from very famous composers ...