Premier Inn St Neots A1 / Wyboston
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Our next big moment came when we were walking through a corridor where there were pictures of the Hogwarts express and platform 9 3/4 through the movies when we rounded a corner and there, filling the length of the room, was the Hogwarts Express. It was an enormous, fully functioning steam train with two of the carriages used in the film behind it. It was an incredible sight, we were even able to board and look into the ...
... Madagascar, New Zealand. We have only scratched the surface of Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia and Borneo, further possibilities exist there too........getting excited already! It will be a tough choice but for sure there will be no bad decision! As to when.....well I am sure the Adventure Operations Centre will be open for business soon! So here endeth this blog, it's been fun writing it. Until the next time......... ...
... dumped lounge suite at one point and at another the greenery is so heavy it's collapsing across the top of us as we pass. Leaving the village we walk across some drab farmland heading for a crossing over the A41 main road to return to the Grand Union Canal. It’s a colourless day today. It’s as if Mother Nature is having a rest. Yesterday she worked every conceivable colour and shade into our surroundings, but today she’s making us sit up ...
... 163;10 later, lefty is back in business. Let's see which boot repair job claps out first...China or Britain. We caught a train about half an hour out of London to Harpenden, where Steve's brother, Paul, and his family live. Nieces, Kate and Sarah, have also come up from London for the weekend so we had a big night, with lots of talking, laughing, and games with the family. Mandy hadn't met Paul before so now the last piece of the Arnerich family jigsaw is ...
... with us. After roughly 45 minutes or longer on the tube, we finally made it to Kings Cross station where we had to then catch the train which was much nicer to ride into Hatfield. Once we were there and off the train, we were less than pleased to see a flight of stairs up AND down that we had to haul our bags on....poor Austin had to carry up and down 3 heavy bags. What a man :)
We eventually made our way to campus finally and ...