Premier Inn Watford - Croxley Green
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... bump photos. Then we moved on to Ancient Greece, Romans, Sumerians, etc.....lots of ancient civilizations. I even got a great picture of a vase depicting Athena's birth from Zeus's head. Amusing to me.
Nate especially enjoyed the German Mechanical Galleon from the 1500's. It's a clock in the form of a ship that moves across the table, fires cannons, and has a little band playing to announce the time! Very intricate.
... the palace once it opens to the public in July. I may have a more positive impression after a more in-depth experience.
Our next stop was Westminster Abbey. Built in the 10th century (which is SO incredible!), this gorgeous church has hosted 16 royal weddings (including Prince William and Kate), the coronations of English and British monarchs, as well as the funeral ...
... to see them. It was almost surreal to see them. Kate is just as beautiful as the pictures, Will is definitely punching above his weight! I had my first vegetarian Christmas with lots of roast vegetables and nut loaf. It was very different to my Christmas at home. Their's continued all day and into the night, whereas ours is a long lunch and then is kind of over by the early evening. Also ours is hot, and is usually accompanied by a swim in the ocean, and eating lots of seafood ...
I'm not a child like everybody said when I have been talking about this trip. My friends and I just share a "HarryPotterfever" of the start of the new millennium. We couldn't miss it.
So we pack our staff and flew as quick as possible. It was amazing. SOOO many artefacts and lot more. I can't even describe it.
... clothes to dry. After all this was over, we headed to the Portobello Market with our other roommate Damien. I was ready with my bag to stuff it with tons of fruits and vegetables. The market was packed and went on for a few miles down a winding street in Notting Hill. There were a lot of jewelry and clothing booths but what I was really interested in was the food. We finally made our way down to some produce stands and I bought so much for more than half the ...