Premier Inn Watford - Croxley Green
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... Alex and Jamie who had of course grown up a lot in 3 years, as have our boys, with Matthew towering over all of us. It was lovely to be in a family home and relax with home-cooked meals (delicious chicken pie and banoffee pie for dessert) with the boys taking no time to join Jamie on the PS3 to play Minecraft! The house and garden are lovely with plenty of room for the kids to spread out and only a short walk to the beach. ...
... in recent times also the garage".
Needless to say I zoomed through the 1.5 hour tour in about 20 minutes. I didn't care to be learning about the stables, carriages, cars, and horses the royal family has used. It turned out that the next available tour for the actual palace wasn't for a couple weeks. That night I went to OXO Tower Brasserie and had the most amazing view of the city. Later on, I met a few people who brought me to a couple of ...
... email address on a different device that you can get another session. Seeing as how I have three forms of electronics (laptop, iPad, and iPhone) and three email addresses (school, internship, and spam) I was able to have Internet access pretty much the entire time I was there. I left right on time and headed out on a two-hour flight to Vienna, Austria. ...
... Not an exaggerated future like The Jetson's, but a minimalistic future akin to Gattaca or Fahrenheit 451. The surfaces are all sleek and boxey, with hidden compartments in plain sight to store mundane things like cups and silverware. Whenever possible, symbols are used instead of words, which lead to quite a bit of confusion when trying to work appliances like the espresso machine. The washroom sinks are not individual sinks, but a single marble wedge that drained into a ...
... sandwiches had been made for hours so that the top crusts were very dried out. The scones were a bit dried out as well. We decided to recommend that the 'chef' find a way to keep the sandwiches from drying out. The waiter was very nice, and seemed genuine when he said he would certainly tell them in the kitchen. Thankfully the bill reflected the quality of the tea!
By the time we got out it was dark. We walked down to Trafalgar Square (not ...