Holiday Inn High Wycombe M40, Jct.4
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Conference facilities
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... walk. It's the most famous cross walk in the world most likely! The tradition is to sign the wall outside the studios. Of course I forgot the Sharpie marker I brought from home. I still signed, in pen, but I signed it: "Kelsey K. 2015. SUNY Fredonia. Thanks Mark". Mark is my catering boss and the biggest Beatles fan I've met. The one job I had on this trip was to get this picture of me crossing the road for him. It was the least I could do after all he's done for me during ...
... and walked down Pall Mall to Trafalgar Square again so Rebekah could climbed a lion....
The sun was going down by this time - we walked across the Millennium Bridge to look at the view and lights up & down the Thames...then back to the apartment after walking everywhere!!
Rebekah's prize comment for the day was - "it's like playing Monoploy" LOL!!
There was only one item on today's itinerary - a visit to Harry Potter Studio Tour. The kids were so excited that they decided to reenact the scene in the first Harry Potter movie when it is Dudley' birthday, Luckily there is a cupboard under the stairs in our apartment. Amy played the part of Harry (because she is called 'cousin' during this trip), Jessamy was Dudley with a pillow up her jumper, Dad was Uncle version, and Jo-Ann was Aunt Marge. ...
... The service consisted of singing psalms, The Lord's prayer, and readings from both the Old and New Testaments. I love to be in the house of God, wherever and whenever the opportunity affords. It is so uplifting to worship Almighty God! This was a wonderful experience, and one not to be missed if ever the reader gets an opportunity. Unfortunately we were not allowed to take photographs :( And suddenly it was almost 6:00pm. ...
... drink at a modern pub. We again sat for ages before heading back down to the foreshore and a good little spot not far from where we ate breakfast. We ordered a jug of Pimms and some burgers and had a lovely evening watching the sun go down. The sun was a beautiful red colour as it set late in the evening. Ricky said it was quite unusual for the seas to be so calm and for it to be as still as it was. It made for an eerily atmosphere which I loved. After dinner it was ...