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What to do in Bedford?

Hey, guys! I just wanted to tell you that I live in Bedford, which, in my, opinion is one of the most beautiful cities in the entire Bedfordshire County. I can say that with all the confidence, as I have visited the other cities from East UK, including Northampton, Cambridge, Welwyn Garden City and Milton Keynes. If you plan on visiting my town, I highly recommend Bedford Swan Hotel (The Embankment) or The Shakespeare Hotel (27 Shakespeare Road). I often have friends coming to Bedford and I always recommend that they take a taxi cab, as it is quite affordable. One of my friends is a wheelchair, so he always uses the wheelchair taxi.

When my best friend comes into town, the first thing that I want to do is take him to see wild birds of prey. Even since I was a child, I loved birds of prey and this is the perfect place to discover them. The Birds of Prey Centre is located at Wilstead and my friend absolutely adores the rare birds that are found there. The funny thing is that this guy is also passionate about everything that has to do with the war. So, when he comes into town, we often go from birds of prey to the 306th Bombardment Group Museum in Thurleigh. The vehicles that are there date from the Second World War, which is pretty cool. After a tiring day, we often prefer to take minibuses and travel back to Bedford with the rest of the tourists.

My friend, like most people, comes to Bedford from Gatwick airport with an airport taxi. He travels for 95 miles for one hour and 38 minutes and he pays the genuinely affordable sum of £172 for a saloon car. He always says that this is the best way to travel and I sincerely believe him. I myself have used executive cars for my business travels, arriving in Bedford from Luton airport. You will not believe how affordable an executive car actually is; I have paid £49 for 22 miles and I have arrived in 39 minutes. With my friend, I like to stop on the road at Holiday Inn Express (2 Percival Way, Luton) or at Jurys Inn (Clarendon Road, Watford). And if you really want the best food in the world, you will consider Bengal Balti (616 Hitchin Road, Luton) or Chimichanga (7 King Street, Watford).


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