Holiday Inn Milton Keynes
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... arriving for take-away.
The food was great. We had Samosas and a tandoori plate to start. The meat was particularly good, tender and flavoursome. This was followed by Prawn Jafaezi and Balti Chicken with pilau rice and excellent Naan. We washed it down with a very nice Chablis. We chatted to the owners and thoroughly enjoyed the food. In the end we had after dinner drinks, a Baileys for me and a whisky for Fletcher. The Maitre D’ then gave us a refill on the house. ...
... ducks in a row will be 2.45 pm. Zip we can do further so do not sweat it, just accept the complete stuff up and move on. We are timed to the minute so that is code for the fact that nothing will run in our favour! We have to wait for the person to check that we have not pinched a tea spoon and receive our bond back, than race to the train station, oh dear the line looks long and we have yet to print tickets, getting through is a nightmare and we all thought the day was already done ...
... a little tired so once the tour concluded, I stopped for a cool drink and a rest of the feet before heading to the New Theatre (as opposed, obviously, to the Old Theatre) to see the 5pm performance of Joseph and His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat. I haven’t seen this musical before but it was brilliant – lively, colourful, funny and full of lots of songs I knew. The theatre was full and I think I was lucky to have been able to buy a ticket earlier in the ...
... the reserves with wetlands so that is where we usually go. We have been lucky enough to see Kingfishers at two places so we are happy.
Waddesdon Manor was an interesting place. Waddesdon Manor is a country house in the village of Waddesdon, in Buckinghamshire, England. The house was built in the Neo-Renaissance style of a French château between 1874 and 1889 for Baron Ferdinand ...
... milestone. Furthermore, we’ve only ever left Australian shores once previously, when we went to Thailand for our honeymoon back in 2008. For me personally, I’m also letting down the family, both of my elder sisters have travelled pretty much the whole world between the two of them, so I had to get my act together. All in all, the travel bug was definitely buzzing around us like a hungry mosquito.
The idea to pack up and head overseas started as a joke one ...