Holiday Inn Express Milton Keynes
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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On Wednesday night we walked across the road to the Rose of India. We meant to go to the restaurant next door, The Golden Curry, which I had checked on the internet and it had been given high praise. However, we walked in the wrong door and then felt we couldn't just walk out again when we realised our mistake. In the end we were very glad we stayed. The restaurant was run by two Bangladeshi brothers and though we were the only dine-in customers for the night there was a constant stream ...
... You do the sums. We do a little research with some options then contact D & K to (firstly) reassure them we have not been kidnapped plus to also eat a little humble pie. So much for all the new getups that are in the packs. They sort of understand, now with the revised plan of us going by train once in the mother country to the nearest train station of the polo venue and then by taxi, best arrival time for the former 11.00 am kick off that we can do ( all going to perfect plan) with ...
... for two solid hours visiting many, many places from the Morse, Lewis and Endeavour TV shows. Once again, the places we saw were amazing, beautiful and full of stories and history. The two hours flew by and I was so glad I had booked the tour as, not only did I see places from the shows I love, Therese also pointed out lots of other interesting places and things about Oxford that I never would have known or found on my own.
I must admit that I was beginning ...
... we saw the boom gates go down just in front of us and the road swung away from us. It was a canal bridge and boats wanted to go through. After the gates went up, the road was taken over by mobs of waiting cyclists and eventually we got through.
It is not easy to see lots of birds in summer. I don't know where they all go. You can usually see ducks, geese, gulls and other ...
... time, we've led a rather stock standard, non-descript life i.e. finished school, went to and graduated from university, entered the professional world, bought a house and got married. All those things are by and large the norm for people in Western Society. And for all intents and purposes we were content to continue on this merry go round, save for a desire in both of us to travel. We are both approaching 30 years of age, though Beezel will be the first one to reach ...