Travel Blogs from Bedford
Its been a great 3 years together but I am bored of Adam's company, of the same stories, and the random words I need to spurt out just to avoid awkward silences. I'm sure you can all understand that even though I will miss you all I NEED this to maintain my sanity!
Just kidding folks, our adventure begins now!
We've made it ...
... the hired morning suit
fitted Pete well. A different experience, being where new recruits
are first kitted out. Ali also took us to see the wedding venue,
Halton House. Very impressive and beautiful. The day so far is
mainly warm and sunny.
dropping Pete back at the hotel, Ali and I met Craig at the train
station – he had travelled from York that morning with a pile of
luggage and was ready for a relaxing few hours catch-up and ...
Good morning and time to leave Edinburgh. Our lovely B&B The Walton, packed us little to go bags of orange juice a croissant and granola bar since we had to leave before they start breakfast. We called a cab to haul us to the train station at 8:30. Thank goodness Susan made some reserve seats because it was pretty full! We traveled to York about 2 1/2 hours and got off to see the town and had a good lunch along the river. It was a beautiful sunny hot ...
... called Heidelberg. It was wonderful spending time with them, and so nice to be able to repack my bag!
-I learnt that trying to keep an organised bag while travelling in nearly impossible.
-I had an over-excited, well overdue, jumping up and down kind of reunion with a traveller we had stay with us after we met at Christmas 2008. It had been 4 years since we saw each other, so it was so cool that I finally got to see her again...and she hasn't changed at ...
... trip is to conclude these past few years, and do something myself. As scary as it may seem, flying my on my own is something that's been on my wishlist for a very long time. This song may be cheesy, but it made me smile.... starting to get a bit excited :D get into the summer mood in the of winter :)