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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Deb and Cassie take us to Stansted Airport in the rocket, say our farewells and heartfelt thank you and catch our EasyJet flight to Munich. We were both given a body frisking as the machine said we could have items of interest on us! Arrived at airport and for the first time we are taken out of our comfort zone as our German is very poor. Well no existent actually. Any way we work out how to get our way into the city centre where John has arranged to meet up with his ...
Today, I went out to Bletchley Park. Bletchley Park was part of the Manor of Eaton which can found in the Doomsday book in 1086. The mansion was built in 1711. In 1938, the family no longer wanted to live there, so the property was sold at auction to MI6 (you know...Bond...James Bond). From that point on, Bletchley housed the Government Code and Cypher School which has become what is now known as GCHQ. They decrypted several Axis codes ...
Took a lovely ride with Ursula & Kevin (her husband) this morning to Oxford. Their nephew graduated from Oxford yesterday so I tagged along for the family get together. There's a wonderful covered market with a charity shop (like our thrift store) where I got the perfect London souvenir. So jazzed. I had lunch there & went to the ...
Sorry no blog last night. We were traveling back to Oxford and the battery on the camera went dead, so I didn't have much news and no pictures to post. We had worried about flooding in Wales, but Oxford was much worse. They had had bad floods in November and it was just as bad the last few days here in West Oxford. Not anywhere near where Glenn & Nooni lives.
We went out this morning and decided to just walk over by ...
... fear of being mauled by dangerous animals
led us to decide 'Woburn Sands’ bike park was a far safer bet.
Liam’s eyes lit up when we arrived – I, on
the other hand, looked terrified – and he immediately began showing the rest of
us up! Pointing at insane jumps none of
us would do on a bet, and informing us all that he could tackle similar stuff
I bounced down ...