Jurys Inn Milton Keynes

Midsummer Boulevard, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England, MK9 2HP, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Midsummer Boulevard, Milton Keynes, is near Gulliver's Land, Gulliver's Eco-Park, Xscape, and Willen Lake.
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    Travel Blogs from Milton Keynes

    Codicot and some history

    A travel blog entry by chezoi on Aug 09, 2014

    3 comments, 15 photos

    It's very difficult for me to get my head around the age of the buildings in this area and the stories we've been told dating back to days before anything in Australia was developed. I know others have travelled before me and experienced what we have. I've heard about these old things but it's no easier to comprehend seeing it with my own eyes. We are so fortunate our English hosts have so much knowledge and could tell us some of the history of their ...

    F*** this place! I'm going travelling!!

    A travel blog entry by longshuffle on May 11, 2014

    ... about this. I managed to find a Foreign Exchange shop and they vended me one there and then. That was a major weight off my mind, as long as I had access to money out here I was fine.

    The next few days I was reading and studying the Lonely Planet's Vietnam Guide, learning a little bit more about the place everyday, there are a couple of places I'd now like to make sure I see, places with culture and learn ...

    Cheeky M Skizzle

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 03, 2013

    The pigeons of Oxford must have it out for me. Today I was eating a burrito in the Union garden (Yup, I figured out where the Union is!) and a pigeon landed next to me on the picnic table. He eyed my burrito, and I eyed him. "Don't try it, pigeon," I warned. He waddled close to me, feigning innocence, and suddenly hopped in front of me and started pecking at the burrito, trying to eat it out of my hand. I smacked him off the table, and no, I don't feel ...

    Cliveden House

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Jun 08, 2012

    10 photos

    ... their horses dressed as a page. Reality has it that the duel was elsewhere with the wife/mistress ensconced in a nunnery somewhere but the result was the same in that the husband was wounded and died later from his wounds leaving the Duke free to take his mistress home with him and pack his own wife back to her father.

    The house burned down a couple of times taking everything with it so that the ...

    Bletchley Park

    A travel blog entry by gowz on Aug 08, 2011

    6 photos

    ... were needed for code cracking. It was not a small show: some 3000 people worked there in three shifts every 24 hours – most of them women engaged in tedious cipher transcriptions, entries and checkings, and operating the noisy, clattering Turing Bombes.

    The big deal at Bletchley, and indeed a major war winning outcome, was the cracking of the Enigma cipher machine. Oddly, this device was not originally a military one but had been developed ...