BEST WESTERN PLUS Wroxton House Hotel
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Leaving Dover at 9am, we struggled through the English traffic to Milton Keynes, and Bletchley Park.
A lot of work has gone into making this a worthwhile place to visit, and on the whole it works. The kids found the multimedia guides interesting, and there were enough interactive exhibits (even if some of them didn't entirely work) to keep them interested.
Lunch, and off home!
All the animals seem well, phew.
... were frequent canal users.
We had a lovely meal in the Reine Deere Inn and took part in the pub quiz. Our team (team Helene - named after our canal barge) did early well on the intellectual rounds (military history and the kings of England) but less well on the popular culture rounds (I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here and pop music). The difficulty we had with the pop music questions was although the ...
... the broth over the noodles, and as they absorb the liquid they become lo mein-y again. So cool! Actually, the flavor may have been better than Hunan Express. I know, I know, this sounds like sacrilege, but it was really good and I didn't have any reaction to it at all because it wasn't as greasy as the American style. Also got some spring rolls, which to quote my brother, were bangin'. I found another go-to spot when I pull the midnight office shift.
... arrive. When she did, it was almost like we were back in the hostel, sitting on the floor gabbing. It was great to catch up, but pretty soon, we were hungry and luckily, they had made a booking at a famous local restaurant, The Trout Inn. It was a remarkably cozy place situated on the Thames and served delicious food. After a satisfying meal and scrumptious dessert, I realized I was quickly crashing and we headed back to the house, where I promptly hit the sack.
... better. We then had to reverse a few yards to Braunston Turn – fortunately no boats came along just then.
There are a lot of people living on their boats in the first mile of the section from Braunston to Napton. It seems as though the numbers have increased from two years ago when we last came this way.
We moored in open countryside near Flecknoe with sunshine and a beautiful view.
Wed 28th September