Travelodge Milton Keynes Shenley Church End
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... bringing in fruit, veg or any other natural foods. I'm hoping this counts out the Fruit Pastilles that Annika (my eldest) has requested. Apparently, I'll be fine as long as I declare them and don't open them! I'll blame her if I get delayed - but a helpful person on Trip Advisor said that it's actually quicker to get through customs if you have something ...
... seats saying "THAT's over! Phew! So now we can settle down for a peaceful afternoon! Next stop, Oxford!"
So on we flew, commenting on how lovely and peaceful rail travel is, how civilised, how pleasant. Until the announcement that something was wrong on the rails and all trains would have to be diverted via Chesterfield, which would add about 20 minutes to our arrival time, we do apologise, etc etc. No big deal, getting in at 6pm wouldn't be a ...
... at M&S in Strattford, we headed off towards Oxford, a town I have always wanted to see ( I spent some weeks in Cambridge when much younger but never got to Oxford). On the way we stopped at Ann Hathaway's Cottage just on the outskirts of town and what a lovely surprise that was. We had a fantastic guide who was able to give us the history of the Hathaway and Shakespeare families in a most fascinating way, making it all come alive for us. The cottage had a ...
... grid that is Milton Keynes.
Possibly the ugliest new build site in the world. To describe the city in two words: Grey rectangle.
Obviously the most important job for the day was to locate wetherspoons....we did not fail, in fact we exceeded our goal and found two. Happy days.
We saw more of the inside of whetherspoons that we did the rest of MK. But given the state of the town we figured this was time well spent.
However, as ...
Noticed a small apple tree growing right by the waters edge and Bryan went off to pick some apples but couldn't reach them as they were growing out over the water. So we pushed the boat over to the far side and picked a huge bowl of apples (see photo below) ...