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Maybe you can see a pattern emerging on our blog. I start by uploading a bunch of photos and start writing a semi-serious blog post. Then I ask Haven to caption the photos and she ends hijacking the blog post with her own observations and other random musings (see last post about Rick Riordan). I love it and am working on getting Gage to write as well.
Another great breakfast at the B&B scramble eggs and bacon. Then at 10 Julie and Ian picked us up to take us to Newton Abbott train station which is the next town over about 20 minutes away. Our bags just fit in the car. We had to grab the train from Newton Abbott instead of Torquay station where we arrived as it was a direct train to London Paddington Station which is so much easier than changing trains especially ...
So ends an incredible adventure, with the sight of our dear home. We do hope this blog has provided lots of entertainment to you all since we began 5 weeks ago. Thankyou for following our progress with us and we hope our travels have inspired a spirit of adventure in you too. Goodbye India, see you another year! Henry and ...
... some the animatronics like the hippogriff and the Monster Book of Monsters. Then the tour takes you through the Diagon Alley set which still has all the shops constructed. Diagon Alley was my second favorite thing. My favorite thing was the Hogwarts model. It was massive! And so detailed. You could see everything; the bridges, the greenhouse, the astronomy tower, etc. I tried to get some good pictures of everything...there was a lot under glass ...
... lunch and set off for London and the show we were going to enjoy that night. We got on the tube at Wimbledon Park and hopped off at Sloan Square. The weather was still glorious and after a bit of shopping we had a coffee on the Duke of York Square, near the headquarters of Saatchi & Saatchi, with many children running around, chasing pigeons. In the distance a bunch ...
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