Premier Inn Bedford Priory Marina
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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... am definitely going to miss.
After dinner we sat around the fire and played scrabble, which I was winning for a while until Chris overtook me.
It was just the perfect way to finish up what has been about 8 visits over the last two years.
Thanks so much for everything Tim and Chris, and I'm sure I will see you again when I venture over this way...which hopefully wont be too long away!
... put up 300 years ago it was never envisaged that there would be modern motorcars navigating streets designed for horse drawn carriages. One street we clipped the passenger side mirror on a parked truck’s mirror. Luckily no damage. Geoff’s offering odds of 2 to 1 that one of the mirrors will need to be replaced prior to our return! Any takers place your bets now as these mirrors cost between 300-500GBP.
An interesting thing that happened ...
... changing event.
But I had dinner and now I am on bus from now until 10:45 tomorrow morning. Will talk to you then!
ALSO....chookas to my sister who is one of only 14 to rip up the stage in a circus show called Sleepless over the next few days. You freak. Clearly related to me.
Lisa xo ...
... doing what we do best! Circus, beers, singing, dancing and not sleeping! I made so many friends and learnt so much!
-I hit the gym and the pool everyday and did not much during the day while I spent my time with Couchsurfing host number 2! She is now a really good friend, and I am hoping to go and see her in winter sometime!
-I worked out the kindness in humanity (in the smallest way) when a guy working at Starbucks gave me a free hot chocolate when he ...
... was really interesting. A floodplain area where high Danube water pushes back up into the Morava for 30 km, and the restoration project is to rebuild the ‘side arms’ to provide habitat for wading birds and nesting habitat for white and black storks. The other part of the year, the white storks fly to South Africa! The gala dinner (cocktail dress – for me complete with thermals and ...