Premier Inn Watford North
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So my journey started on Saturday the 3rd August after travelling down to London via Reading, Harrow, Borehamwood and Watford!! I don't like to do things half heartedly (for those that know me well I can see you nodding your heads!).
On the 4th of August my parents and u spent a lovely few hours roaming the town of Watford visiting the lovely iconic British shops such as Primark (Primarni to those that prefer it), BHS and Paperchase (not sure ...
... and more expensive than you imagine! We’ve also learnt that while we’ve missed our friends and family a lot, in today’s connected world this has been much easier to manage than expected – we’ve been in the loop all the way thanks to Skype, Facebook and the rest!
We both feel we’ve been remarkably lucky too. We’d set out with the assumption that we’d be mugged or robbed at least once, and as a consequence planned ...
... a one that grabbed hold of your tongue, and the torturer would then twist it round and finally yank your tongue right out. Lovely. Another one would go into your mouth, and then by twisting a mechanism, it would expand inside your mouth until your teeth shattered, and eventually your jaw. Another room was devoted to Jack the Ripper, and another still to the plague. That was fun. We went into the doctor's office only to find that ...
... is elder t-mac. He was singing and skipping down the street. He kept talking about maggots in his stratum (spelling?) and I had to ask him what that meant. Apparently it's testicles. He was cracking up and I was laughing on the train. We really bonded today and he said it was interesting to see the not so quiet side of me. We also got Tyson to say yaass gaga yaass on the train which has become our catch ...
We started off the day with a full English breakfast followed by a huge walk through Hyde Park, past Winter Wonderland and headed down towards Buckingham Palace where there is always tourists there taking photos! We continued on to Trafalgar Square when it started to rain. Then a bit further down the road we saw some guards on horses and the start of maybe the changing of the guards. Then we found a red ...