Park Inn Watford
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... and cleaning toilets for two summers, while not glamorous, beat watching daytime television (it was also a nice little earner). However, time quickly passed and before I knew it the demands of booking flights, applying for a study permit and sorting out the required insurance had arrived. Flights were easily sorted after a brief internet search for the best value ticket and insurance was straightforward enough. The study ...
... that it appeared like an oversized ferris wheel, reminding me of some dingy carnival. Maybe if i had forked out the large sum to get on it, i would have appreciated it more but i wasn't going to, after all i was on a backpackers budget. Buckingham palace again was a let down, I wanted a photo with a guard or at least to try and make him laugh or move but all i got was a 100m away glimpse. it was bare the whole estate was, you leave the luscious green park and cross the road to ...
... Every time you turn around you find yourself pointing while saying "Look there’s ……." throughout your tour.
To stand in the Great Hall was childishly thrilling and a lunch break including butter beers in the middle of our tour just added to the experience.
What more to say without ruining the experiences for anyone possibly hoping to get there other than yes definitely ...
The London Tower has a lot of history. It was founded towared to end of 1066. It blows my mind how old this site is. The peak of the history for this castle is when it was used as a prison in the 16th and 17th century. There were a large number of executions that occured. Most of them were public beheadings. If a noble was executed for treason, they actually had to pay the executioner with their own money right before the execution. During the ...
... The Indian guys ended up being more scared than I was and tried to get away by taking a service door. One of the scary humans in the Hall of Screams stopped being scary and directed us all back out of the service corridor and into the Hall of Screams. I then had to lead with the guys following me and none of us enjoying it.
There was then a cute little train ride called the London experience so we rode past various scenes of London life including Dickens` ...
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- Pets allowed