Wyboston Lakes Hotel
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Today we left Dubai and flew to England. When we landed and went through customs and then we met a friend of mums named Jim the lives here. Jim took us to his house so we could stay there for a few nights. We had dinner at a pub and after that we went back to Jim and Brenda's house and ...
Today was a lot better then yesterday.We went swimming in the hotels pool. It was good because the water wasn't freezing cold but not hot. It was a good way to escape the heat of Dubai. We also went to the Mall of the Emirates. In the mall there's a snow field but we ...
... train station, queued to buy tickets on the Flytoget Airport Express Train and caught the next, crowded, train to the airport. Ruth got off with the crowd but Tom politely waited until most had left. We found our way to the departure lounge. There Ruth asked Tom where his leather jacket was. When he replied "in the case" Ruth, who had packed the cases, said “No it's not”. Panic.
First stop the Lost and ...
... was like where are my real grandparents...please bring them back! Ha So all the lists for the packing and hockey kit have been done I'm 100% on my camp leaders profile and everything done documents wise anyway. Just now to start saving for the spending money. Aiming for £1000 spending money should be ok I think. Ink nearly done and that's it until I go to camp. Until next time boys and ...
... jobs, though there was news from potential Moscow contact asking for a scan of my passport, which means I'm either in real trouble or that the last weekend being sold out is going to pose no barrier to the likes of me. Or me, anyway. Summary: me, stressed. Car, dead. Bush, lost. Niece, cute, nephew also cute: rendition of 'little bird' on piano vg, though both mum and I sang along at different times only to be put in our place; "it's not little bird. It's another song with the same ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility