Premier Inn Watford North
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
Alrighty chums, time for what will probably be my penultimate post for this trip as it's Wednesday night and I've only got Thursday and Friday left! Two days and two sleeps and I'll be on the plane again! I have no idea where the time has gone, and I can't quite believe it's been a month already, but there you go. I'm trying not to dwell on the fact that this time next week I'll be back at work, and with all these distractions, it's not hard. I'm sitting in Kensington gardens right now, ...
... beforehand, so we had to rely on our natural navigation instincts. Luckily, it had just finished drizzling and we were completely dry coming back to the hostel.
I'm glad today is a relaxed day before flying to Paris. It is a bitter sweet feeling to leave London so soon. There is just so much to do! I will definitely have to come back here one day.
Next stop Paris!
-- Ryan L.
We got up early to take the bus into the city, they dropped us off in the middle of the city and our teachers couldn't figure out where to go. We ended up walking in circles for about an hour, until they finally figured it out. When we finally made it to the river and saw some bridges we went to the Globe Theater. The Globe is a recreation of Shakespeare's first theater. The guide would ask questions but no one would answer. After the tour we had a workshop with ...
... Cass and Luke had already seen all this by night light so they excused themselves and offered to take GJs suitcase home as they had to go by our hotel to pick up all their electrical devices anyway.... they later told me they got some weird looks and comments on the tube about the size of that suitcase!! So a quick night time whip around the sights for photo opps and home to bed... we were all weary travelers. Tomorrow we have one last day in London then home..... all good things must come to an end.