Mercure London Watford Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After a very smooth check in process with Virgin Atlantic in which Mandy at the counter generously allowed me to check in 52kgs of luggage without paying any excess (what? I'm going there for 11 months! You seriously don't expect me to take 20kgs with Mr do you?????
It was then an emotional goodbye at the security gates and even I shed a tear or 2!
Next was security which again went smoothly apart from ...
... something,mand a bird house with a few bird curiosities. We walked through various parks - regent's Park, Victoria Park and One Mile Park, and past lots of big houses where the rich people live. There were plenty of joggers, quite a few cyclists ( very brave - it's very narrow), and quite a few barges who entertained us by working the locks along the way. The last lock is operated by a couple of dudes dressed in red, and lets boats into the Thames. Once at the Thames there was a ...
... to be welcomed to their home and for the kids to play. On leaving, Megs said "this traveling is not fair, we always make friends and then we have to leave" so, on visiting our next stop, Cousin James and beautiful wife Hollie and their crazy threes kids, I made it very clear to her not to make friends!! Didn't work!! How could she not be friends with such fun cousins especially when there is Grace (same name as her best friend back home who she misses ...
... It was filled with tourists and office going people enjoying their meals. From this end we saw the historic Bridge and the Modern buildings (Shard, City Hall) together. We walked up the bridge singing "London Bridge is falling down…" as were the other tourists. The best part about these cities is the mix of large number of people, each visiting the place for a different purpose using the same space in numerous different ways. This city caters to all these kinds of ...
... in one afternoon by getting customized milkshakes (After Eight peppermint for me!) followed by doing the York Chocolate Experience, a tour and museum about the history of chocolate making in York, including tastings, a chocolate making demonstration, and the opportunity to make our own chocolates. By the end of it I felt so sick! A little later, after dinner, we partook in a ghost tour of York, learning all about its grisly past. The stories certainly made some hairs stand up ...