Campanile Hotel Milton Keynes - Fenny Stratford
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... and Cambridge. In 1967 the area had a population of 50,000 and by 2014 this has risen to 250,000. The architects of the new city/town used the American grid roading system which makes it fast and easy to travel between the different districts. As well as retaining the quaint old English names for the main streets, they also have a number preceded by either H for horizontal, or V for vertical, so any streetsign will tell you instantly your location ...
... there was much more Victorian. Christ Church is the most impressive, and looks more like a palace than a school.
After our tour of Keble and Somerville we had brunch at a café, then headed back to Pembroke. I went on duty at 1PM, and Adam and Kate both wanted to go to the Holi Festival. The Holi Festival is an annual Hindu festival of colors, and Oxford hosts one every year. The basic idea is that everyone involved ...
... the reserves with wetlands so that is where we usually go. We have been lucky enough to see Kingfishers at two places so we are happy.
Waddesdon Manor was an interesting place. Waddesdon Manor is a country house in the village of Waddesdon, in Buckinghamshire, England. The house was built in the Neo-Renaissance style of a French château between 1874 and 1889 for Baron Ferdinand ...
Arriving back in the UK I was greeted by my lovely sister and mam. As I wasn't back in to Bristol it seems only fitting to add this last entry. Mostly for a few photos of rural England. This is the reason I came home.
For all you Johnny Foreigners (eg: none UK'ers), this is what it looks like round where I's live. ;)
... to find they had run out of the spelt and rye bread we like. Hugo met a black and white cat by the moorings
Wed 18th May
Hazel’s birthday! Got freshly made spelt and rye bread from Morrisons before heading off towards St Paul’s Cathedral using our bus passes. We walked over the Millennium Bridge to the Tate Modern where we spent about three hours. Lot’s of walking. Some of the art was excellent, ...