Travelodge Watford Central
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... First of all, we had a day at home to cope with the jet lag. Then we had a look around Kings Langley (That is precisely where my aunt and uncle live.) and we did a few walks and had a look round the local shops and buildings.
A little while afterwards we went to my Nana and Granddad's. With them we went to a place called rope runners, which is like a big obstacle course ...
... concert. The next thing I know, folks were out of their seats and dancing in the aisles to everything from Tye Tribbett’s “Victory” to Kirk Franklin’s “Stomp” (yes, they took it ALL the way back to the ‘90s!). I’ve uploaded a short video of the celebration for your enjoyment.
Overall, it was a great experience and I was grateful ...
... shout out to "Alex Stuart from Sydney Australia! G'day mate!" Ginge's family planned that. It was really unexpected and I loved it! On my last day in Kings Lynn I went to see dear old Queen Lizzy!! She was attending church near Sandringham house and I saw her walk to her car. Very slowly might I add, she is a very old lady now. However she is looking good! I wanted to shout out to her to sack Tony Abbott, but I thought that might have shocked the poor woman. How many times can you say ...
... we slept through our alarm and got up about 11:30. We had some plans to go on a boat tour and also some cable cars that go over the Thames River but both fell through for various reasons. We left our flat at about 2:30 and just walked around looking for anything interesting to do. After a few hours went by, we just went home and exercised. We walked to McDonalds at night so that we could use the WiFi for free J
Now it's a bit later from when I ...
... 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 ...