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... Harry-obsessed and try very hard not to cry when they open the doors
to the Great Hall and you are finally at Hogwarts). We also got to try
butterbeer which was delicious. If only it had been warm like in the books. It
was like a spider, only more like marshmallow foam on top. The model of
Hogwarts was massive, a lot bigger than it looks in the pictures. It was the
most beautiful part of the tour and looked stunning covered in “snow” for the
... the airport to cheers from fellow passengers shouting out words of encouragement! Maybe it was just the lack of oxygen in their bodies as they continued running... But things we're looking up! Until the dreaded customs security put a firm halt to any hope of catching the flight. Chel Ro broke through security to find that the flight had left without them and the team would be stuck in London ...
... as last.
And even better this time, I went out for a drink with the cast afterwards! I talked to all of them, but in particular I talked to Colin.
He is a hoop diving, crazy talking acrobat and is just so kind and thoughtful! He has a really good insight to a lot of things and very like minded opinions to me. We talked for a while, as I drank down my 2 half pints ...
... me to get out and live in the moment and soak in every memory of this incredible journey. According to the ever-reliable Google, nearly 4.3 million students study at a university outside of their home country, and while that might seem like a big number, I would be stupid to take this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for granted. So I'm going to study, I'm going to make great friends, travel as often as I can and take as many pictures as possible, and I'm going to remember ...
We walked down the Regents Canal towpath to Limehouse Basin where 19th century cargo ships unloaded coal, bricks, and other building materials onto canal boats. Today it serves as a marina for beautiful canal boats and expensive yachts.
The Museum of London Docklands beckoned us to pay a visit—BUT IT’S FREE! The museum is outstanding. It takes you on a fascinating ...