Atini Guest House
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... village its name. We also saw signs to 16th century windmills and some abbeys that look worth exploring.
There seems to be several good cycling roads, some long and up climbs, other routes short and easy to pop over to a village or wine tasting.
This night we enjoyed dinner at a small restaurant in Poilhes. It is on the Canal du Midi and in a pretty setting. However, being next to the canal meant MP got bit by 3 mosquitoes just ...
... and posh surroundings where most film stars, celebrities and other affluent people live.
Have Some Delicious Food: Maybe I am a gourmet and I live to eat rather than eat to live. Food is definitely my weakness and I get to fulfil my gastronomic instincts in full measure in London. I have a weakness for Indian food and London offers a whole lot of different varieties of Indian cuisines. My favourites are Tandoori Chicken ...
... over London. Joe tells me in the mens the urinal had to looking out the window too. (we got told me must see the loos) Now we know why.
Walked up to the 72nd floor where there is a false grass area where apparently they do yoga classes.
After diner it was time for Joe and I to negotiate the London train system back to my Aunts. We succeeded!
... the US noticed I was from Australia and started chatting to me. We talked for the whole time in the queue and he opened up about a crazy relationship he was having with his girlfriend whom he sees every few months. Every so often we would repeat complaints about how ridiculously inefficient the customs here was and an Aussie guy behind us joined in our grumbling. Finally though, we all got through and the three of us said goodbye and went our separate ways. After taking so long ...
While Suzi went to Bekonscot, Ron went to the computing "Mecca" of Bletchley Park (BP). BP was founded on grounds purchased from the Bletchley Estate in 1938 and it included Bletchley Manor. The only way to get messages to the commanders was radio and everyone was listening -friends and enemies alike. Encoding messages was essential. The war was not going well - Germany had created an ...