The Watermill Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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It has basically rained all day today until about 3pm when we arrived at our accommodation in a small town not far from Watford. There was only very expensive accommodation in Oxford and we chose this spot because we thought that we might visit Harry Potter tour in nearby Watford but tickets were sold out. Because of the rain, only a few hours were spent in Oxford. Not many parts of the university were open but we did ...
... all had people out on the street as they couldn't fit inside. We went for a beer at the Shakespeare's Head Pub but we left because it was so busy. We decided to have Indian for dinner and found a little Indian place. The currys were really nice but so hot and spicy! One of them was so hot I had to take about 20mins break to recover from. We then went and had a drink at the Green Man and then went to ...
Well, we are back in England – no more problems with not being able to understand what people are saying... oh wait, yes there will – because of all those different accents! But at least we will understand road signs and shopping will be easier!
Our first night in the UK was spent in a campground in Welwyn Gardens and we didn't feel like cooking (note the use of the Royal "We"), so we asked at the office if there was a pub or something within ...
Today was our last day in London and the last day of our trip. After a bit of a sleep in we decided to take advantage of the free river cruise we got with our hop on hop of bus tour. We got on at the London Eye and then travelled along the Thames to Tower of London. It was nice to see London from a different perspective and we got plenty of good photos as well. After getting off at Tower of London we went to the Victoria and Albert museum. This museum houses ...
... off by bicycle to
the venue. Just like old times, cheering on your son at school hockey. The game
was fun to watch and the match ended in a two all draw.
And so back to Justin’s flat where we were invited to join them for a braai in their back yard. An awesome evening was enjoyed with pork chops with fat......WOW. With the sun setting we borrowed some bicycle lights and set off for camp and some well-earned rest.