Holiday Inn Milton Keynes
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... came with Paul, grandad, myself and the boys. ...
... of them. Pete and Joe also did a skit with two students that was just a lot of goofy stuff. I'm uploading lots of videos of the different acts, including the one guy who played the guitar and was really good.
In between acts I chatted with Pete and Joe a bit, and I feel like I haven't seen Joe in ages. I did my best to help out with equipment and sorting the performers and stuff.
After the show a group of us stayed behind to help clean up, ...
... the creature shop, where all the Harry Potter creatures were made like the Mandrake plants and Aragog and Buckbeak and Fawkes.
Diagon Alley was my favourite bit. We saw Fred and Georges shop, and Olivanders wand shop and the Leaky Cauldron.
The last thing was an amazing model of the Hogwarts castle, which was huge.
Amber and I tried Butterbeer - it tasted like sparkling orange juice with foam.
... comes after another 10min!! Catching the shuttle to pick up our hire car.... Pete was lucky enough to be driving around U.K in a nissan micra. Turning an 45min trip to karen and Greigs into an 1.45hr trip due to road blockage and getting lost we arrive to a very welcoming house to then venture out to the shops, go for a walk stop past a pub for a beer and back home for dinner and MUCH needed sleep after a long few days travelling. ...
... s advice and directions. Whilst sitting alongside the river at one point, I got chatting to a fellow, John, who confided that he enjoyed the odd smoke of weed. He had worked as a dustman for many years but had had to undergo major back surgery for work-related injuries and, at age 55, couldn't work anymore as much as he wanted to. He didn't feel too kindly about the foreigners who had been allowed to take over so many jobs in England and felt that the country was ...