Travelodge Watford Central
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... HCFS class with my tutor Michael he told us about what Fox calls the understatement rule. The rule goes that English people will talk like they don’t think that much of themselves, whether as humour or in truth. Michael described it as they don’t want to get their hopes up about anything and don’t want to draw attention to themselves. I find it interesting how Fox says just how confusing it is when used as humour. I have never really heard it ...
... School. Both boys have read most of the books and seen the movies (which I of course I had to preview and enjoy watching with them!) so it was exciting to see the school hall, along with false ceiling to allow CGI for the starry night and floating candles. After the first guided tour, we were then able to walk through a huge display of many of the actual sets, costumes and props and read about the making of ...
... to the Apartment and as it was an apartment with a self contained kitchen we brought some fruit, bread and butter to have with the Marmite that Luke had brought with him, for breakfast.
The apartment had two bedrooms with queen beds in each so R&L were going to have to share - we were expecting to find one on the couch in the morning!
After a long day we were soon asleep.
... lovely walk along the river, lots of buildings and boats and people, another lovely day. We walked along Strand street, the border of Westminster with London, and a statue of the queen in centre, and apparantally way back, she had to get permission from the Mayor of London to pass into London. Also Twinnings tea is still in the same building as they were on Strand street 300 years ago. St. Paul's cathedral also had a pipe organ, and a young gentleman was ...