The Quarters Watford
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... ourselves out in Griffondor or Slytherin themed clothing! We timed our tour finishing with getting Andy to Stevenage station just in time to catch his train up to Manchester, parting ways for a week whilst he does some work and we enjoy seeing family and friends. The boys and I headed East on the M25 and thanks to sat nav found Suzanne's new house in Westcliff-on-sea with no problem. It was so lovely to see her ...
... realising the error of our ways we jumped back on the tube and headed towards St Johns Wood. After a short walk, we were at Abbey Road studios and the zebra crossing. Safe to say, I actually got a bit emotional as this was part of my pilgrimage to the mighty Beatles and Pink Floyd, who I love and both bands have shaped my love of music and who I am.
We took the obligatory photos of us crossing the zebra crossing, much to the continued frustration of ...
... so his art is not run-of-the-mill. There are some great pieces in the exhibition, and the favourite was the room full of balloons, which Will and Charlotte particularly liked. Will got told off for trying to take a photo of a small piece of paper with the words f*ck off typed in the top left hand corner!
After this, the Westons & Garretts headed back to the station, whilst Liz and I went to the cafe at the National Gallery (where I had a very expensive, and ...
... as I turned around I saw a huge sign over the staircase that said LONDON PASS DOWNSTAIRS... oops... I kind of laughed and said "how could I miss that" in a self deprecating tone to which she replied "it's alright, I'll get a bigger sign"!! She must be so sick of stupid tourists coming in and asking her for the London Pass... hahaha. It had started to drizzle so the obvious place to be was in a pub, just one drink and a shared plate of nachos and then we thought we'd go for a ...
... my mind around the number of person hours and money that went into making the books come to life. So, I was in a bit of a fog for most of the tour. Even the audio guide overwhelmed me! Every audio stop had additional videos, pics, interviews, information! So, my final assessment is that it is a great place to visit but be prepared to be overstimulated!