Premier Inn Watford Centre
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... ourselves out in Griffondor or Slytherin themed clothing! We timed our tour finishing with getting Andy to Stevenage station just in time to catch his train up to Manchester, parting ways for a week whilst he does some work and we enjoy seeing family and friends. The boys and I headed East on the M25 and thanks to sat nav found Suzanne's new house in Westcliff-on-sea with no problem. It was so lovely to see her ...
... time in each place to make sure we saw them properly – and we’re happy that we’ve achieved that. There’ll be more opportunities in the future to fill in the gaps we’ve missed.
What was the hardest part? Not sure. Setting off maybe. Or finishing! One you’re on the road you get into the routine of planning, booking and doing. And it’s quite a nice place to be really! Well, with the exception of the regrettably-large ...
... eyes in the dark, feel drops of water, hear the screams of tortured prisoners, and at one point, Christina claims to have felt a hand brush her neck. The only time she actually screamed, she says! The boat ride isn't long, but at one point, it is carried upwards and diagonally, which you aren't expecting at all, and then when it is put back in the water, you think you'll continue to move forward when in fact, the boat swishes ...
... to eat lunch. We ate in a little hole in the wall panini shop. There was a giant department store called Harrads that we went in, but it was very high class and expensive. Vendi and I went shopping in Topshop and H&M and I got two dresses and a shirt. We had a fish and chips dinner in a pub and our table consisted of me, Lilly, Vendi, Dylan, Daniel, Mrs. Peterson, and our amazing tour guide Matt. I ...
... so nice not to have to work out how to ask my questions in another language before I got to the counter.
It was particularly windy that night as I walked - probably the worst weather I experienced the entire time I was away. I was nearly blown off the street on the return journey.
I then headed out to the nearest Sainsbury’s store at Bermondsey Square, about 10 minutes from the apartment in the other direction, to buy myself something for ...