The Quarters Watford
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... In August! We had a quick look at Privet Drive, the Night Bus and the school cloisters before moving back inside to see the inner workings of the creatures (models and animatronics) and the art department, as well as walking thro Diagon Alley. The highlight at the end was a huge scale model of Hogwarts Castle which was amazing. If we had been die-hard fans, we could have spent a fortune on merchandise but ...
... Street (more than a street, actually a precinct)...really interesting and some quite quirky shops. Lots of food stalls. Didn't venture far for dinner since it was a bit showery; dinner (scallops; asparagus with pancetta) at Pierre Victoire, a French restaurant very close to hotel. In this area, there are lots of restaurants, pubs and ...
After rain last night, the morning was beautiful. There were two sites on the agenda today, Westminster Abbey and the Tower of London. Sarah and I went to Westminster and left the girls with instructions to be dressed and fed by 1:00pm so we could all head over to the Tower. At Westminster we encountered our first true queue and had to wait for 20 minutes. However, we couldn't have asked for a better view while we waited - Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster. The ...
... baked raisin buns. So an hour later we shuffle back into the cold, my belly full of coffee and a raisin and cream bun. Its the little things like this that make the whole experience of traveling so amazing and individual for everyone.
We still had some time to kill so we decided to walk to Regents Park, near Euston Station. The day couldn't of been any better, there was a cold bite in the air to start with but it burnt off. The sky turned clear and blue, the sun ...
... held here was the Coronation gold Spoon which is the oldest original piece they still have to this day and it is about 800 years old. Most of the other Royal Jewels were melted down for money during war time. Also there where swords made for the Kings and Queens, dresses that the Queen had worn etc. Then we made our way to the visit the Fusilier Museum which tells the story of a British infantry regiment from its formation at the Tower in 1685 ...