Holiday Inn Milton Keynes
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We arrived at the station and pre booked tickets ready we are getting on the 15:22 and wonder of wonders it's even on time. Bit cold but it's the last time were outside until get to Bangkok. We've watched the videos read the book even sang the songs. It's just ...
... with a lot of mist over the water. John and I took a brisk walk along a path and saw a cute little pub with a notice saying "children and dirty dogs welcome. Walkers are welcome to use our toilets". We were very impressed. The British are very friendly and accommodating people. See the photo. On our way to Boveney lock where we will top up our water supply and then on to Windsor where we will ...
... with odd bits of recycling at my feet while Mel took the opportunity to have a short nap too. With pie in the oven, Carys and I went off to join Nathan and Bryan and we all got together again when the food was ready. Earlier, Nathan had found a small car that I had kept handy and played with it on and off during the afternoon and decided he wanted to take it home with him inspite of having lots there already. A lovely end to a lovely Fathers Day.
... ready to go with even a fair amount of space left over for anything I pick up on the way (all thanks to the mother for arranging it in the most efficient manner, compared to my 'stuff it all in' approach'). Surprisingly it's actually really comfortable to carry and not to heavy on the shoulders, I just need to practice balancing with it on to prevent any potentially embarrassing accidents from occurring! Bags ...
... a big swan that was happily floating beside the canal boat and was entirely put out that it had to wait for the water level to rise and swam up to the upper gate. As soon as the gate opened it happily swam out looking very regal and smug.
We then walked back into the main street which is pedestrian only and there were now way more 'fans’ there than before. We went into a gorgeous (really expensive) Christmas shop and I bought a little Santa light for ...