Travelodge Watford Central
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... the journey was fairly uneventful (unlike the last couple of times I've flown to India and had eventful flights!).
Arrival in Dubai for 6 hours 45 mins then onwards to Delhi and early too!
I had a little man (he really was tiny) waiting for me with my name sign and everything wow thing work out here! Arrival at the hotel was weird the little man brought me to a hotel that looked very swish and I was like I don't think this is the ...
... at Camden we got to meet the lovely Kathryn, one of Danielle's friends. We got the tube to Hampstead and went for a walk through the more affluent streets where the A listers apparently live and hang out. After this we went for a walk through quite an expanse piece of land with amazing views of the city of London. It was very impressive. After that we stopped for a coffee in a little cafe in Hampstead Heath. Not too great, but the coffee was adequate. ...
... diamond). Then we followed along on a beefeater tour, led by a yeoman warder, and saw the famous execution sites of Anne Boleyn, Lady Grey, and other unfortunate prisoners in the Tower. When we got our fill of beheading and hanging, quartering, etc, we made our way out of the impressive original londonian palace to continue our tour. The Monument was our next point along the tour - made by the famous Christopher Wren - a British architect behind every famous building in this area. ...
Having decided to make a visit home the hardest part was keeping it a surprise from my family - although I arranged to meet many friends it was tough for me not to let the secret out. However, it was an amazing feeling to surprise my family - I even managed to make my mother cry (in a nice way) by calling her from Heathrow and saying I would be around to see her in a couple of hours. It was worth coming home just for this and also seeing all the rest of my family.
... at the Nero Café, which advertises itself as having the best coffee this side of Milan, quite a claim and the coffee was quite good. Missing lunch I substituted a triple choc muffin (I’m on holidays girls!). We had a look at the map and GG suggested we walk down to Westminster. “it’s only a couple of km’s” he said. Having reason from painful experience to doubt GG’s assessment of scale I measured the distance on the map and ...