Premier Inn Watford Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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. ...
... goodness but it was a little depressing feeling so rubbish when all I wanted to do was drink wine and celebrate with our cousins. Luckily we are returning to Brighton in a couple of months.
Of course our trip to London had to include going to West Ham to collect tickets for an upcoming game...$980 later!! That did include a new shirt and supporter items for the girls of course. This day visit also included a visit to Buckingham Palace. The flag ...
... and Scott (other Canadians), went out for lunch on the last Sunday in March and were introduced to Pimms. Pimms is an alcoholic drink mixed with lemonade and fruit like limes and oranges. It was really nice to drink. We ate at Edinboro Castle which was a nice place in the Camden area, so March had truly been an eventful month! But April and May would be just as interesting! And I promise i will have them up shortly!
Until next time,
Love Toni ...
... when compared to the other bridges. The riverbanks at this end are filled with activities - local performers fill the air with music and people chatting in groups and walking. The tall modern buildings on the other side of the river form the skyline of London. The view is breathtaking, beautifully lit in the cold winter evening. We walk past the St Paul’s Cathedral on the other side, to reach home, again passing by the Christmas lit Street. The night ended with a ...
... so we would be losing people and gaining people along the way, just to make things even more confusing!
We arrived in Liverpool around 2pm, and headed off on a driving tour of the city with a local guide, who demonstrated the unique Liverpudlian accent to great effect. We got to see the largest cathedral in the UK, visit Penny Lane, and learn lots of other stuff about the home town of the Beatles. The weather then descended on us in true English style as we raced across ...