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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.
... natural backdrop that finally makes me understand how CS Lewis was inspired to write of his fantastical worlds.
As for activities, I personally attended the Merton college Evensong service with some colleagues from the lab. And it was like being transported to... I don't even know, something close to Heaven? Students from the college perform almost the entire service (about 45 minutes) in song, and their selections help you to ...
Today we set off early and drove to Stowe House to meet up with our friends for our annual TWITs trip.
Stowe House Gardens are owned by National Trust and they have just spent £3m ,of our money ;-), renovating New Inn and the cafe/shop/ office areas. It was pouring as we drove down and the paths from the car park were muddy but after a nice lunch in the cafe the rain had eased so we set off to walk around the gardens.
We walked around the Grecian Valley ...
... unable, as I was, to convert to km/hr. And even if I was I would have been blissfully unaware whether it correlated to the traffic laws in any discernible way. I decided it best to sit in the left lane and follow the speed of the other drivers. It only took two hours to realise that all the trucks are speed limited below the maximum and sit in the left lane. There was a reason that lumbering old Land Rovers were whizzing past me.
Once again this morning started out great because I was able to sleep in, yay! When I finally did get up, Victoria and I decided to take a little run down to the city center because Peter had told us the path to take. Well, we got a little confused with his directions and ended up running on the sidewalk along the highway (not the best idea) so we turned around and eventually found our way to the city centre. It was great because the streets are very well lined with ...