Holiday Inn Milton Keynes East - M1 Jct 14
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... Repleted, we returned to our room and though trying to stay awake I fell asleep about 8-30pm.
Thursday morning, after a coffee and toasted sandwich at the nearby Costa Coffee shop we set out to visit RAF Duxford, the Imperial War Museum’s collection of aircraft. We had made use of the inbuilt GPS system in the car and I put Duxford in as our destination. We soon found that we were being taken towards Oxford which was way off where we should have been going. I ...
... before we leave France. On the train 3 minutes before it is to leave with a carriage a third empty, lots in the line behind us. The train departs 17 minutes late which we are told by our fellow travellers is most unusual so this ensures we will already be pushing it up hill to meet our forward travel plans and we have not left the Paris train station as yet. Arrive into St Pancreas, tube with two changes to a rural line where we miss that train by 10 seconds or less. Text D & K to ...
... Dam just to stretch our legs a bit, as we walked back to the car I found a wooden carving of a hand just lying on a stone!! I looked around for the rest of the body it was part of, no sight of it! It seemed planted in front of me saying, I'm here as a memento of your epic trip, it reminded me of the man on the side of the road selling the wooden sculptures on one of our very first days. So much to Henry and Prof's disbelief (and mine too to be honest, but didn't ...
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... 1839–1898). (Wiki) The French architecture was very interesting and the grounds were beautiful.
During our trip to Gloucester we ventured into Wales over the Severn Bridge. We drove for a short time in Wales and visited Tintern Abbey, made famous by William Wordsworth, among others. We wound our way back into England by driving up the Severn Estuary and going ...