Huntingdon Marriott Hotel
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... walked to the cathedral before needing to get back and pick up our luggage that we left at a drop off spot. 5 bucks a bag. We got on train #2 and that was about an hour ride and got on train #3 (mind you we have to carry out luggage off and on and up and down stairs to different platforms). The countryside is beautiful and really reminds me of Oregon, getting off #3 we had like 5 minutes to get our train to Bury St Edmonds, that was at Cambridge, we grabbed ...
... and 2.3 million pounds. Don't think I'll be living here any time soon!
Another 15 drive found us in Milton Keynes. The shopping centre was enormous! Found a phone card, saline spray and a large UK map so I can direct my GPS if it doesn't take me on the right roads.
It is so nice to catch up with the Attwoods! Their children are growing up so fast. They are a lovely family...
Firstly...I'm sorry it's not 'Tomorrow's Entry' and it's more of a 'The next day's entry'.
But to be honest, you should be kinda used to my random writing pattern by now!
What a trip that was!!
I am going to give you a brief overview similar to the one I did for EJC, because it is easier to give you points that to try to explain everything!
Here we go! The last 58 days of my life! (As if it's only been 58 days!!) :
... to a girl...not me anyway.
And then I was off to the train station.
I made it to London Bridge station, and asked this guy if I had the right train. He was so nice and was so surprised when he worked out that I was travelling on my own.
"I wish I had a friend like you" is what he said. It was so cute.
And then I was gone.
... to see this machine work as well, a combination of mostly mechanical switches and gears with a vacuum-tube control and selector system. Dial in the start settings, wire up a "menu" based on analysis of the signals, and let the machine rip: The output wheels show you the settings of the wheels on the actual Enigma needed to break the days' messages.
My favorite part of Bletchley, though, was the back gate. The front gate is about 100 meters from ...
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