Sorry for my long absence, I've been busy busy with Uni work and also...
I've been at Hogwarts!
The Warner Brothers Studio Tour London; The Making of Harry Potter was wonderful. It's the perfect museum for a Harry Potter fan which me and Ash both are! I got there and realized I'd forgotten my camera, but luckily my friend Kelly took looks of photos! I won't post many here in case any one is looking to go; I don't want to ruin the surprises!
I will however show you how big the Hogwarts gates are, how small I really am, or a combination of the two:
I know I promised photos of me and Ash playing quiddich in my homework, but there was a line of school children an hour long so we didn't go flying, in fact as per usual getting a photograph of Ash at all is difficult! He has a talent for avoiding cameras! Kelly took this one without him noticing =P
We were going to go on to London for a few days, but unfortunately we couldn't afford to, hotel prices in London are extortionate and we decided that we'd rather stay home, relax with some new video games and have Chinese take-away for tea =] We might go away somewhere more locally later in the week instead.
I'll leave you with a photo of all of us (except Ash who took the picture) on the bridge, one assumes from before Neville Longbottom and Seamus Finnigan got their hands on it =P
Wednesday, 27 February 2013
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Posted by The Cemetery Dreamer at 14:11
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Gaaaah! Look at that set! I want to live there!ReplyDelete
Love it! That looks like so much funReplyDelete
What wonderful photos! Though I'm not too much of a fan, how lucky of you to visit the sets! Experiences like that are few, but it's too bad about the London trip; prices for hotels these days seem to be exorbitant everywhere it sounds like =/ReplyDelete
That's so cool. That place looks like so much fun!ReplyDelete
Oh I so want to go there. I can feel a new obsession startingReplyDelete
I'd love to see that someday, and I'm pretty sure that provided I paid for her trip, my daughter would love to see it, too! :DReplyDelete