Travelodge Bedford Wyboston
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I love travelling. Talking to people, finding their passion, listening, learning. Everybody has a superpower. I don't quite know what mine is but if I were to hazard a guess, it’d be something like this: the ability to make people feel comfortable in their own skin, to illuminate a light inside and let it glow. Watching a skilled painter paint, or a craftsperson craft is something akin to listening to somebody talk with ...
... a rich vein of legend and lore, usually focussing upon the gods of Gog and Magog, from whom the hills take their name. In 1955 the archaeologist, TC Lethbridge made a discovery............ A curious pattern gradually emerged, showing a three-breasted female astride two horses pulling a chariot, a gigantic sword-wielding warrior, and a sun-god, all three of disctinctly Celtic style. Lethbridge offered a date for their construction of around 200 BC. Lethbridge’s ...
... came out in 1942 for use by the German Navy. It took the British ten months to break its intricacies.
A mock-up of a German field soldier using the three-dial Enigma machine. Every day the German communication's section would send to the field a new group of settings for the dials. Those would be communicated to the field units. With the new settings in play at the sending and receiving ends, the code for the day was in ...
... out of superlatives to describe the jaw-droppingly incredible rooms, the ornately decorated ceilings and the collection of artworks and period furnishings, not to mention the extensive grounds and formal gardens. You will have to wait to see our photos!
From there it was an hour or so's jaunt up to Cambridge, (Mandy driving this time) where we checked into a Caravan Club camping ground, ready to 'do the town' ...
... foot with a number of really boggy fields - poor Mie was wearing a pair of borrowed hiking shoes, half a size too big and the mud was trying to suck my boots off, so how she coped Lord knows! Still, we made it just before the heavens opened with a massive rain and hail thunderstorm - we were forced to shelter in the village pub!!
A tiring weekend, certainly not relaxing, but well worth it and legs felt pretty good afterwards!