Premier Inn Watford - Croxley Green
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... and eager to fix problems the moment they arise. An express
checkout option is a must – not everyone has time to stand around in the lobby
– but they should also be willing to go over your bill with you to put your
mind at ease.
Privacy: One of the cardinal rules of luxury hotel hospitality is to never
announce a guest’s name or room number publicly.Publicly announcing someone’s
name and room is a potential security ...
... In August! We had a quick look at Privet Drive, the Night Bus and the school cloisters before moving back inside to see the inner workings of the creatures (models and animatronics) and the art department, as well as walking thro Diagon Alley. The highlight at the end was a huge scale model of Hogwarts Castle which was amazing. If we had been die-hard fans, we could have spent a fortune on merchandise but ...
OXFORD Caught the bus to Oxford to visit Andrew He took us in a tour around town and we saw: Went to a board games cafe (so cool!) and played pandemic Went to a 80's Sci Fi themed burger joint which was super cool! Went to the uni sports club and watched the football match with lots of people (Germany vs Brazil 7-1). It was a crazy ...
Well I did write at least 2 days up... But cannot seem to find them now.. Very sad... So will re-call if i can! We started hitting the pavement at 8.30 heading off to our first Trafalgar Square stop, where else! Admiral Nelson's statue was so high, surrounded by four beautiful brass lions (reminded me of our Lilly girl) and also close by was a 'blue' rooster statue! Apparently going to be here for 18 months, was huge, very bright and I thought gorgeous. We saw Big Ben in ...
... about the day before with a clear head was a revelation. No sooner had I looked up at Big Ben and Westminster Abbey that I suddenly fell completely in love with London. I spent most of the day wandering the streets, soaking up the sights and sounds, and enjoying the bustle. I wandered through the National Gallery, and stared at Monets, Rembrandts and Turners all afternoon. I was severely disappointed that the day was nearing an end, and reluctantly left the van ...