Travelodge Bedford Wyboston

Address: A1-A421 Black Cat Roundabout, Wyboston, Bedfordshire, England, MK44 3BE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on A1-A421 Black Cat Roundabout, Wyboston.
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    The Experience

    A travel blog entry by keshiak on Jul 01, 2015

    ... around - but who knows how we will be feeling. We may just rent a car to sleep in ... a very real possibility. Our flight then departs from Halifax around 7:30am, making a quick stop over in Edmonton and then on to Vancouver arriving mid day giving us plenty of time to find our way onto the island. Phewf. A whirlwind couple of months, but we are really looking forward to everything that is coming our way. Keeping our fingers crossed and taking one day at a time. ...

    Here endeth this blog. Reflections and what next?

    A travel blog entry by joncourt on Mar 05, 2015


    ... Madagascar, New Zealand. We have only scratched the surface of Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia and Borneo, further possibilities exist there too........getting excited already! It will be a tough choice but for sure there will be no bad decision! As to when.....well I am sure the Adventure Operations Centre will be open for business soon! So here endeth this blog, it's been fun writing it. Until the next time.........   ...

    A rest day, recovering from yesterday and no WiFi

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Sep 27, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... our environment (Yamas) and our attitudes to ourselves (Niyamas). One of the Yamas, aparigraha, relates to only taking what is our fair share or what is responsibly due to us. Yet again the ancient wisdom understood across the globe from thousands of years ago is there to remind us of where our present approach to consumerism and destruction of our natural resources is so unproductive at every level.


    Camden Town

    A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 11, 2014

    8 comments, 8 photos

    ... 163;10 later, lefty is back in business. Let's see which boot repair job claps out first...China or Britain. We caught a train about half an hour out of London to Harpenden, where Steve's brother, Paul, and his family live. Nieces, Kate and Sarah, have also come up from London for the weekend so we had a big night, with lots of talking, laughing, and games with the family. Mandy hadn't met Paul before so now the last piece of the Arnerich family jigsaw is ...

    Too much excitement for a week and a half!

    A travel blog entry by uncwgirl2014 on Jul 24, 2013

    26 photos

    ... gardens of luxembourg) which were gorgeous! Soon it was time for dinner and we found a place to eat near Notre Dame for our last night in Paris.

    Unfortunately, Sunday it was time to leave but we our train wasnt until 4pm. We decided to go find macaroons we were desperately searching for to bring back a box to England. This and lunch wasted a good amount of time before it was time to head to the train station and make our way back to Hatfield to being ...