Premier Inn Hatfield
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... museum and of course had to have a few snaps. I like the idea of them representing my name, quite appropriate really. We didn't go in however, because why would I want to see a museum of me? I am me! I don't need a museum to tell me things I already know ;) Anyway we continued down the street and saw the back end of the Parliament Building. Was very grand like the buildings in France! We walked down and had Parliament House on one side and Westminster Abbey on the other. ...
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It's not Christmas without church and so Will and I walked to ...
... Its regal appearance and status makes it one of the most photographed edifices in the world. It is partially open to the public these days at a certain part of the year and definitely a wonderful place to visit.
... decided he'd be happy with anywhere as long as they had chips. (see photos)
A meal, a few ice-creams, moments stood in awe of the millionaire pound yachts gleaming at the bay and a few drinks shared with a few Croatian friends (Joseph's previous nannies) later we headed back to the villa for a well deserved nights sleep. We were all excited about our next few days ahead of us in the beautiful country of ...
... and then onto the ground where we all had turns sitting in the bosses chair and where the subs sit. We were hoping to go to Wembley stadium however that is closed till later in the month, however this was just as good. Got home just in time to watch the quarter final World Cup game and then after dinner we went to M&M World. It is the worlds largest candy store so you can imagine that their were 3 boys in ...