Holiday Inn Express Milton Keynes
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to see her in this show, a show she has been doing for over 250 times, in Frankfurt Germany, as well as on this tour.
We said bye as we got to the train station. I reminded her about how she told me that when she got famous, she will buy me a car, as i drove her around so much back home.
We hopped on a train heading back to London so we didn't have to wait till 12:30 am. We got back to London when the tubes were still running, and headed back to our hostel.
... this cold. I am not sick, just so much mucous forming, yuk. At this stage the rain really started to pelt down and we decided to moor at Hambledon. It was raining very hard so we decided to remain on they boat. We had a lovely evening playing rummy and ate left over Scottish salmon with salad and tinned Mexican bean soup afterwards. Monday: 21st April We woke up early to a beautiful ...
... vicar and she visits the school too. The girls choir sang two beautiful songs during the service. So, a good start to Sunday and a visit from Mel and family to look forward to. They arrived about 2.30 and we had a good afternoon. Alex had about 2 hours nap, Carys showed off her new crawling skills and was very laid back all afternoon, Nathan "washed up" for half an hour, went off to feed ducks with grandad while I cooked fish pie for supper with ...
... done in time (a whole two days before departure!) I always imagined myself going travelling with a suitcase, and the idea of using a backpack was debated a fair amount with me and Naz. I think we both always knew it would be the sensible option to choose but deep inside we both also knew that we both have a lot of stuff, and travelling light would certainly be a bit of a challenge. However, my backpack is all ...
... We walked down to the river and watched a canal boat come through the lock into the Stratford harbour. It is a very interesting process where the level of the outside river is a metre or more below the harbour level so they open the lower gates and the canal boat floats in. The lower gates are then closed and the upper gates open. The river level inside the lock rises until the boat is at the same level as the harbour end and then floats happily in on the new level. ...