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 ...
... spots in South Bank and to see the lit-up London Tower. My last hoorah in the city was seeing Wicked on Thursday night :).
On Friday I took the train to Bath, England and stayed until Sunday evening. Bath is probably best known for being one of the towns in which Jane Austen lived, as well as it being the setting for a couple of her books. The city is also known for the Roman Baths which apparently was named one of the "Seven Natural Wonders of ...
Packed at record speed this morning. I think it took 40mins. It was then a meter of finishing off the bits and pieces - WI banking etc. James picked us up after lunch and drove us down. I am now looking for Lenny Henry to jump out of the wardrobe or bathroom, so associated is he with these hotels. Dinner is booked and it'll be gin and tonic soon. The holiday has finally ...
... horizontally across the wall and offering multiple faucets. The design of everything was simultaneously elegant, simple, and bizarre. Overall, I loved it, and could definitely become accustomed to it in time.
After the meeting, the two of us returned to our apartment without dinner. Jimmy called a few places to see if they could deliver food, but couldn't get anyone to take his credit cards. And so we retired to bed, exhausted and starving at 6pm. (Jet lag sucks.)
... the beautiful St. Martins-in-the-Fields church was not well enough lit, so my photos did not turn out. St. Martins-in-the-Fields is another Neo-Classical church which is famous for its music. For a while I studied organ with its organist. One time he took me there to experience the organ for myself. Ouch. By that time I was quite a good organist but St. Martins-in-the-Fields had me whooped. The organ console (the keys and pedals) is in the front of the ...