Premier Inn Watford Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the city at night.
After our typical English breakfast of cereal, eggs, tomato, toast, and weird bacon, we went back to the British museum to see the rooms we missed the other day. This museum is like a small city...seriously. It takes up a city block and is multiple stories.
We started back in the Egyptian wing, second floor this time. Christopher enjoyed messing around with the great Colossal arm- see ...
... Buckingham Palace – the official residence of Her Majesty the Queen. I hate to admit it, but I was actually a little underwhelmed by the estate. It appeared a bit drab on the outside, aside from the beautiful ornate gates. I was also surprised by how close it was to the street, appearing to offer very little protection from the crowds. However, I am looking forward to taking a ...
Sadly Cara (Ken's daughter) died on 25th January so we travelled to England to spend time with family. The funeral service was very nice and celebrated her life. Frankie read a lovely poem he and Daisy composed and Jessica also read a great poem the message being 'look forward, cherish her memory and remember the positive impact that Cara had on all our ...
... ginger and her family. They were so welcoming and lovely to me. It was really great to stay in a house and to have my own room for a few nights! On Christmas Eve I watched prince Harry play football down the road. Yes, you read that right. Just your casual Christmas Eve perving on royalty playing football! Christmas Day began with a visit to Sandringham, where the royal family spends Christmas. At 11 am the royal family walk from Sandringham house to church and lots of people ...
... a very fun and interesting process. We have a balcony that is already set up with a lot of clothes lines and racks. Our window in the bathroom conveniently opens up to the balcony so one of us would rinse and ring out, pass it through the window, and then the other would hang it up outside. The clothes took about a day and a half to dry completely but we felt very proud that we were able to do this! We will continue this process until it is too cold outside ...