Premier Inn Watford - Croxley Green
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... doing once getting to the UK!
Strolling along the streets grabbing a toasted sandwich and enjoying the beautiful scenery of the fallen leaves, having a few 'touristy' photos we are still waiting to get up to our room for a much needed shower and possible snooze!
Catching up with a good friend tonight who I worked on the island with which will be fantastic! Then later on have a meet up with our fellow contikians.
BRING ON THE EUROPEAN EXTRAVAGANZA!!
... play. Ibsen's Ghosts was playing, so why not just wander in and buy tickets. It is an Ibsen play I was not very familiar with, so I was glad for the experience. I will save you all my lengthy theatre criticism, but I was glad they made a bold choice for the end, even though it is definitely not what I would have done.
Oh, and by the way we did this all with my Aunt who had just gotten off the plane from Philadelphia. Not a bad first ...
... We had some time in Oxford street but found it too busy for us, it is also Fashion week here at the moment, making it chaotic. Heather found Liberty of London to escape the madness.
There are literally hundreds of tourists here at the moment so it is very easy to blend in with the crowds.
Our apologies for the lack of photos, we are working on it.
BYE FOR NOW
... as we waited for our taxi to take us to the airport (we did not have the tv remote and couldn't change it to anything else). It was a few days before we arrived in London, and thankfully it was reasonably calm. Straight away, we met up with one of Janna's friends from New Orleans, Laurence. Laurence came to be in New Orleans via South America on one of those meander around the world doing odd jobs here and there type of trips. His lasted an ...
... the Patronus charm works. For the deer patronus, they put this vest with thousands of very tiny, very bright lights on an Irish wolfhound. The wolfhound gives them the size and reference for putting the digital effects over and the lighted vest provides them with the correct light bouncing off of the objects in a scene. They served Butterbeer, which was delicious! It tastes like butterscotch flavored cream soda. We walked through the creature shop ...
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