The Quarters Watford
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... best however I get by on it and will continue to do so!
Now I come to choosing a room so I check one out and I decide it's nice but I think well what else is on offer?? I ask and get down a better room I decide I want the better room and the guy tells me is not available! Well those that know me are absolutely right I got the bigger room!
Which brings me to now - in my hotel room in a strange bed listening to a very noisy Delhi. ...
... displays are now being used. After a quick lunch the kids posed for a photo with one of the Yeoman and rather than taking the Tube up to see Big Ben, we decided to head up the river on one of the scheduled river ferries.
We hopped off beside the London Eye and after a few photos of BB and the Houses of Parliament we wandered past Downing Street where Miss M needed to go back for a second look to confirm that ...
... a cute little cafe that overlooked the street and we ate our toasted sandwiches while watching them load up a van outside Christies Auction house. We had a bit of a walk around and ended up at the Natural History museum. We took a few photos, but we were feeling a bit jaded by then and it was hot there, so we went back to the hotel to see if our room was ready. They seemed to be really busy checking people in and ...
... Universities and by March I had been placed at Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN). Suddenly, what was just a first-year’s faraway dream became a reality with a location, a name and... a long list of preparations.
Oh yes, preparations galore. At first it was just a matter of completing tasks that I either needed to do anyway or are considered good practice. Passing exams and coursework is generally required ...
Today we needed to get up reasonably early as Fernanda was coming to clean the flat. Fernanda turned out to be a very friendly, easy-going woman for whom nothing seems to be an inconvenience, and I'd love to smuggle her home :)
We sorted things out with her, and then left her to it while we headed out for the day.
Back to Gloucester Road station we went, feeling like experts. On to the District line to Westminster, change to the Jubilee line, then ...