Wyboston Lakes Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... It was epic and a great way to stay out of the rain. When we got out it was totally sunny but I was quickly welcomed to all that is the Glastonbury mud. Boy, was it MUDDY! I haven't been in mud or puddles like that since I was a kid and it was oddly exciting and satisfying that I did get to experience all that is the mud and rain of Glastonbury. After the muddy excursion back to the tent we just chilled, dried off, and listened to the Alabama Shakes and Mary J Blige ...
I went to a town called St. Albans the other day which is pretty close to Hatfield. I went sightseeing with some people I've met and ate at the infamous Nandos! I just got garlic bread and it actually made me sick later, but I can now say I have done it. I like going to this bar called the Elehouse that's on campus. I'm excited to start classes this week and even more excited to go to London this ...
... for my liking. Gradually the weather changes and the heat comes into the day. Our rain jackets are off and now Mother Nature, like all good mothers, has thrown off her hangover from yesterday’s party and is now busying herself. Now we have all yellow and black in sharp contrast with bright sun and thick black clouds circling. We visit the next church on the Mary line at a little village called Marsworth. Clearly the church has found support ...
... so I was checked in and had dropped my bag off before 5.30 and was through security before passport control was even open. I could have taken an extra half hour or more in bed, but no matter. Just under three hours and the plane landed at Heathrow. Mixed feelings-looking down over Thames Ditton and Bushy park was cool, realising where I was, less so. But that's one trip ended, on to the next ...
... week of classes.
Monday was definitely an exciting day! After class, we headed to Warner Bros Studios for a Harry Potter studio tour!!! All the major sets and props were there and it was the most amazing thing to see! I probably took the most pictures of the whole trip thus far there! I even got the chance to ride a broomstick :) That will definitely be something I wont forget! That was also the day where the Royal Baby was born..what an exciting thing to ...