Travelodge Milton Keynes Shenley Church End
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... If anyone thinks Heathrow has slow moving security and customs, try visiting Auckland!)
The pic (only one I've posted so you won't be confused), was taken at Xmas 09 when I last visited. It's taken on 90 Mile Beach in Northland. We're not actually going in that direction this time round, as we are travelling south from Auckland, but I like the photo!
... a tech called Andy in town. We now have iPad connection & the phone works when it wants to. Technology ***** us!! Terry has been the best host ever. It has been easy & comfortable & his generosity is so welcome & appreciated. He has been sleeping on the couch while we enjoy a real bed. That is generosity!! We have been wandering around mostly. Nothing too strenuous, but not idle either. I have felt more weary than perhaps anticipated & Jul ...
... built in the 11th century and still in good condition. You can not look around the castle on your own. Walking around the city proved that this is more than just an English town. It actually has a lot of tourists here. We had a walk down to the river, which is the Thames River. The Thames River is also the same river that flows into London. Cambridge and Oxford have a famous ...
... we considered it our duty to explore the rest of what the town had to offer: which turned out to be a shopping mall containing: Pound Land, M&S, Boots, Superdrug, a fish pedicure shop and Nandos. Class.
After a few hours trawling through stores that we have back in the comfort of civilisation (London), we decided we needed to spend money on something important, luxurious and lasting: chocolate. So we spent nearly as much money on choclate as we did on the ...
The second leg of my journey across to Dublin for a pint should finally see me through the outskirts of London and into the countryside. The sky is covered with broken clouds as I sit on a platform at a rail station on my way out to Uxbridge. Showers have been promised for later in the day so I have packed my rain gear just in case and I've switched to boots instead of trainers.
I arrive at Uxbridge and the streets are a lot busier than the last time I ...