Warner Bros. Studio Tour London
Today's post is not fashion-related, but it is one of my greatest obsessions I'm going to talk about. I started reading Harry Potter when the fifth book just got out, which made me 10 when my Mum gave me Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone for Christmas. Honestly, I'm still grateful she did, and soon I was hooked. I'm a real nerd concerning books, as I read a lot, multiple books at the same time too, so thought it was time to share with you one of my greatest passions: Harry Potter. I got hooked at 10, cried on my eleventh birthday when not being accepted to Hogwarts, dragged my parents down to the cinema to see every new movie until I got old enough to go with friends, and hunt down the last book like a mad-woman on the day it came out. (I got the very last one in my town, I win at life).
I literally grew up with Harry, Ron and Hermione, and the last one is still one of my role-models in life. I saw every movie so many times I know every detail, and read all the books so much that my copies look about a hundred years old. So when Warner Bros. opened up their studios where the HP movies were filmed, I simply HAD to go there. I went there with my best friend and her family last year when it openend, and last Thursday, I went again. Because really, I could live there. Even though the last movie has been released quite some time ago, I still keep reading the books, watch the movies, hell, I have bookmarked fanfiction.net!
If you happen to be in London anytime soon, I strongly suggest you to go down to Watford Junction, hop on the Harry Potter bus, and walk the very same grounds for which the amazing Harry Potter was home for so many years. And take the audio guide, because Tom Felton's voice and all the extra information you get is so worth those five extra pounds! Confession: I cried at the end, and even typing this post makes me tear up.
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