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... And in someways it's probably because of what that quote means. Harry Potter was a major part of my life from the age of 10 onwards. I loved every bit of it and have read the books many many times. And for the first time since I'd left home I found something that was familiar, my Hogwarts family.
We spent almost 5.5 hours here and only left because we had to, they were closing.
I highly recommend visiting and come April there will be a new Sound stage we were told. ...
... unmoved. There was plenty of to and fro for the rest of the game but no more goals were scored and the score remained 3-0 to Arsenal.
After the game, we decided to stop off in Birmingham and get a coffee before heading back to Stechford to pick up our car to drive back to London. It seemed a long drive back to London but it was one that we will always remember for its atmosphere and passion of a typical afternoon spent at an English Premier League game. ...
called 'Navigators' specially commissioned from David Kemp. This 60ft
high sculpture weighing 14 tons is a bizarre symphony of moving parts,
water jets and fountains that will fascinate adults and children alike.
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... night Phil went out partying on a pub crawl with some other Aussies (from Adelaide…fancy that haha), and the rest of us just chilled and wrote up our Edinburgh blogs. I really couldn’t have found the energy to go out that night, I don’t know how Phil managed it!
On Sunday we all went to the British Museum, made all the more awesome since it was free admission yay! Chris hates museums, but I loved it. The Egyptian wing wasn’t ...
... and I was dying for a nap by that point so that is exactly what I did. That nap gave me bit more energy than it should have because after that I went to the Natural History Museum, my absolute favorite coffee shop, Borough Market, Tower Bridge, London Eye Pier, Westminster, The Real Food Market Festival, Leicester Square, Trafalgar Square, and St. James Park. Yeah, I basically did all ...