Travelodge Bedford Wyboston
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I have been to Bletchley Park before, many years ago, and they have improved the place no end since I was last there - plenty of interactive things that appeal to adults as well as children. I tried some, and I'm not sure they would have employed me back then! Saw Huts 3, 6, 8 and Turing’s office. The Huts have been renovated obviously but they are laid out as they would have been back then, including blackout, and ...
... and surrounding buildings which dated back over eight hundred years. The wind was still blowing with a vengence but it was nice to wander the streets and take in the beautiful heritage listed buildings. We took some photographs and found a lovely little pizza place to have a light dinner and a wine before settling into our accomodation once again at the Travelodge. A good nights sleep and a repack of the panniers was planned before heading further northward the next day.
... uses. In this discussion we are going to set the Lorenz aside and stick with the Enigma machine, the one used by the German war machine in all theaters of operation to send and receive messages.
The entire program in the hands of the British was known as "Ultra" as in ultra-secret. Three Polish mathematicians initially broke the workings of the German Enigma machine. How their secrets made their way into the hands of the British is an entire ...
... size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">Kitchen is also tiny but I have been well trained by Trystan (who was trained by the Guru Pete) in the art of "1 Pot Cooking" so that’s actually gone quite well. Max has a little oven which gave us a few more options (e.g. packet pizza when desperate) but to be honest we haven’t used it much.
... walking on the C2C. AND, if I continue to average 7 miles a day, then I will have done the same number of days as the C2C and..........approximately half the distance; I'd be walking halfway to paradise, sort of! And there you have it; there you have the strange workings of my quirky mind.....the somewhat spurious reason why I was thinking of Billy Fury and Halfway to Paradise!!!
And boy, did I go for it. ...