Holiday Inn Express Milton Keynes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Keynes famous black and white concrete cows, but couldn't find a place to stop and see them properly so we carried on to find a windmill. It didn't look much from the road , but as you got closer the windmill was huge and really impressive. It had been used to grind barley and wheat for the best part of the 1800s but then became uneconomic to run, and was bought by the council for a pittance in the 1950s and has been restored to working condition. ...
... C.S. Lewis and seeing places and events that were written into the Narnia books. A supper of wine, cheese and crackers as the sun went down capped off a "brilliant" day. (A very British word). Helpful fact for all you Thames cruisers- you are only allowed to moor at a spot for 24 hrs, who knew! We found a scrap of paper attached to the side window informing us of that fact and warning of a £100 fine for non-compliance. (To be continued ...
... maps of the colleges and town, letters of welcome from the program directors, rules and guidelines, safety procedures, emergency contact info, etc. It’s a fairly big job, considering we have 480 students making their way here, but it felt really good to sit down and tackle something. Any Yearbookers out there reading will be happy to know I had to utilize many of my Yearbook skills to create the photo fliers about the faculty and staff (imagine mug ...
So I've decided to go travelling, and have set up this blog to both keep people up to date with my exploits and just document it for myself. How this actually turns out I'll have to feel out as I go as this is pitched at a few different types of people, but anyone who's been on the receiving end of one of my monologues or rants should know what to expect! And whilst I am a grammar and spelling nazi I'm typing on a keyboard a third of ...
... prepared a chicken and leek casserole and a root vegetable dish. James contribution was some olive tapenades with bread sticks and Weston’s organic farmhouse cider!
Hugo was pleased to be away from the bustle of Banbury, and back to a British Waterways standard issue hedge and towpath.
The wind struck again, with some powerful gusts, so we took down our BCF banner.
Tue 4th October
Peter left early as he is heading back ...