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Day 1 Monday
Took us 5 hours to travel down to Minehead, pulled off twice for a nap. Weather was wet and miserable. Went around Campus to explore and find our bearings. Restaurants very good, boys have lots to choose from. DECK has a pasta station, wok station that you can choose what you would like in your stir fry. Breakfast, has a omelette and ...
... things although the iPad has been handy for modern communication plus seeking knowledge on forward ports of call. Anyway, we pack to our maximum allowance of 30 kilos per person - it all seems so final. I guess that's because it is! One final jaunt to our (new) favourite across the road farm shop and the yurtified Wild Strawberry Cafe for a light lunch, scones and naturally ...
... which was a shame. I would have really liked to have gone back there for a look round. Technically I could have walked to the other site, but I couldn't hang around at all in London because my flight is due to leave Heathrow very early tomorrow morning and I hadn't packed yet. There were two other things I had to do in St Albans as well.
On the way home from St Albans station I stopped at the cemetery and said hello/goodbye to Dad and also my ...
... and were more difficult to solve.They also have exhibits dedicated to life during the war at Bletchley and a rebuilt Bombe machine. The Bombe machine is an electromechanical device built in 1939 by Alan Turing. The Enigma machine was so complicated that Turing designed the Bombe to discover the daily settings of the Enigma.
Exhibits here also spoke about Turing. Turing was a genius. He not only figured out how to decode Enigma and ...
... years, Jackie, Sarah and I flatted together back in 1979-83. Now with two beautiful daughters who are both taller than her and going through GCSE themselves this week. Sarratt is a lovely little village complete with village green, post office and more pubs than is necessary. In fact I can see no evidence yet of the decrease in the number of pubs from what I remember.
Have to admit Jackie looked stunning when we arrived - she does, in ...