Park Inn by Radisson Bedford
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Park Inn by Radisson Bedford
Travel Blogs from Bedford
... round the stalls, had a slice of cake at the church hall and watched the Morris dancers perform. Emma and I went into the church of St Leonard and were given a short tour by a friend of Emma's. He showed us the medieval wall paintings (the finest or oldest in Hertfordshire after those in St Albans cathedral, apparently) and the 16th century graffiti carved into two of the pillars.
... their best to gain the love and money of the people who mingle there.
The London Underground continues to move every 3 minutes, taking Londoners to where they need to be.
The Metro papers are flung far and wide across the stations and trains and are loved and left by the thousands of commuters that come and go.
'Mind The Gap' still is heard in every tube station.
Piccadilly station still gets filled with the sound of buskers and on-a-mission businessmen ...
... idea to make yet another batch of Jelly.
So I picked the apples straight from the tree.
First step done - harvesting own produce.
Then I cut everything up and boiled it all over again.
Second step done - cooking.
Then sadly I had to leave it up to hang and drip out some of the juice.
It wasn't going to be ready until morning, so the process had to go on pause.
So we watched ...
... a different circus school, and made some lovely new friends...one of which is a 7 time world champion in Unicycle. Didn't even know that existed! But on the upside, I found a trainer who helped me with my flexibility and I feel a lot better now that I do have what it takes...maybe just not to Cirque levels.
-I spent the most part of a morning staring at a boy. No! Not a real one....a giant fibreglass boy at the museum in Aarhus! It grabbed something in me, and I ...
Today the advanced group did a black run! We took the lift up to the top of the mountain and did a red and blue run down to black. Once we stood at the top of the black thoughts had to be positive and we all had to believe in ourselves. My personal mind was thinking 'I will not snow plough. I will not fall over. Over all it was a great experience and I love it here!! I wish my parents would've been there to see me do the black run and we are all very proud of ourselves ...