BEST WESTERN Banbury 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.
Most of us had lunch at the Bell in Lower Heyford. Phil discussed the new location of the font in the church at Lower Heyford after admiring her long haired lurcher. It had been relocated as it was too close to the new toilet which was being built but the Bishop was not happen with new location.
On arriving in Banbury. Pete attacked the lock attempting a right turn into it outside Debenhams. Some of ...
... luggage across the platform and through the station where I bought a lovely cup of hot chocolate and sat outside to wait for Maria, who was stuck in traffic and running late. (For those who didn't read my Australian blog, I met Maria and Holly-mentioned later-in the Sydney hostel.)
Maria's parents are delightfully Irish, and they graciously welcomed me into their home and made me feel quite comfortable. We sat down to visit a bit and wait for ...
... members list, and although the guy inside waved at us, he did not come out to talk.
We set off for Braunston Tunnel, where we had to wait with two other boats because a wide beam boat was coming through. We met no other boats in the tunnel, and we shared the six Braunston locks with Polestar. We managed to buy some Elsan double blue from Midland Chandlers. Not everywhere stocks it as it is more expensive than other makes, but it lasts longer ...
... to Cornwall. I also tried to remind our group that we are all young and I am sure that we are all going to get back to Europe again, so we don’t have to cram in every last bit of Europe. I think that it is somewhat better to take it slower and really savor the places that we do go rather then have them be just a whirlwind. Concluding our group discussion we made the decision to try to go to Scotland in 2 weeks and Paris in 3 weeks so our research work has been cut out for ...