Premier Inn Watford - Croxley Green
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So my journey started on Saturday the 3rd August after travelling down to London via Reading, Harrow, Borehamwood and Watford!! I don't like to do things half heartedly (for those that know me well I can see you nodding your heads!).
On the 4th of August my parents and u spent a lovely few hours roaming the town of Watford visiting the lovely iconic British shops such as Primark (Primarni to those that prefer it), BHS and Paperchase (not sure ...
If this is a dream, please don't wake me up! So says my T-shirt and it is true! It was our first full day in London yesterday and jet lag had to take a back seat! We left Paul at the apartment to have a restful day, and pat and I first walked to paddington station ( and found Paddington bear) then with the help of a friendly Bobby, found our way to the Regents Canal and 'Little Venice'. From there we walked the entire length of Regent's Canal, far from the London crowds, along a ...
... high, which shows the Queen is in. The girls' were a little shocked at the Palace, expecting something from a Fairy Tale book. Meghan really wanted to visit the Queen so we asked the guard if we could just "pop in for a quick cup of tea?" the guard informed us that "Her Majesty is feeling rather tired today so is unavailable for any visitors!" So, Megs is now quite excited to go back again, when the Queen is not so tired to have a cup of tea. Funny how a ...
... Daniels and Coke at a local bar on Gouge Street with exciting gossips and a plan for the last day at London. The next day, being last in the city, we were fully excited. We wanted to explore as much as possible and move as fast as possible. We went to Lords-The Mecca of Indian Cricket. The feeling was exhilarating. There displayed was the Ashes Trophy - the remembrance of the match between England and Australia, the Prudential Cup - which was last won by India in 1983 before ...
... from our hotel to head to the Beatles Experience, a museum of all things Fab Four related. It was very interesting, going right back to the beginnings, and contained many interesting pieces of memorabilia, including a beautiful white grand piano that I wouldn't mind owning myself! After dinner it was off to the Cavern Club, the original venue that the Beatles had a residency at in Liverpool. After a few drinks there, we headed to a cool club called Revolutions, where way too many ...