Park Inn by Radisson Bedford
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Room service
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... of Blackberry and Crabapple jelly on toast with milk, and then we went out for a walk.
I've always loved going on little adventures with Tim and Chris, because they always take me to places I'd never get to see otherwise.
We went for a walk overlooking the Bedfordshire area, which was stunning and very muddy. My poor boots.
We always end up having a very relaxed afternoon tea here, which is ...
... a huge collection of small businesses such as pubs, vineyards, market gardens or the like which offer free accommodation in the hope that you will support them. These are often in off the beaten track places and give you a really local experience.
The main impression we have of England so far is how green and beautiful it is. The old buildings and quaint villages are simply delightful and it really is a wonderful place to visit. When the ...
... was really strange. One minute I was sitting being all chirpy to the camera, the next I was lying on my side with my head hanging over the bed expecting my guts to come up. It was strange. And you didn't need to know that, but this blog is a true encounter of my life so you need to filled in on ...
... Toulouse, France.
-I made great friends in Ivona and Clare at my first ever Couchsurfing host and spent hours relaxing by the river in the mountains, before swimming in the tiny pool to cool off!
-I began to see the slightest signs that the circus was coming to town and I felt the excitement for EJC running fully in my blood! (And it still wont go away!)
-I had the absolute best week of my life so far sweating it out at EJC with 6000 other circus ...
In UK now, I think that maybe we are travelling too fast! The River restoration conference went well. Interesting the similarities but mostly differences in river restoration – here it is mostly about hydromorphological restoration to reduce flood damage by the use of 'green' and ‘blue’ infrastructure. I can see me using those terms! The field trip to the Morava River confluence with ...