Mercure Milton Keynes Abbey Hill
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... each time they add more fish to the number and if someone loses count of their turn they lose. Then we played Zoomie Zoomie, which is a clapping game like Concentration. Everyone gets a number, and the last person is the Zoomie person. They start the rhythm and call out a number, and then that number person calls out another number, and so on, and if anyone calls out Zoomie the rhythm speeds up. That game was really fun, and by the end of the evening we were ...
On the ninth we took a train to Leavesden to visit the Warner Brother's studio tour as we're big fans of Harry Potter.
What can I say, it was the best thing about London.
You step into this great studio and just fall right into the movie sets and everything is there, all the costumes and props they used and different scenes are build up for the visitors to walk through.
The tour is rather expensive, ...
... it has been tough: leaving my job as a primary school teacher; saying goodbye to friends I've made over the last 4 years in Cambridge and leaving my amazing house mates. I've had it good the last few years and made myself a home but the itchy feet are telling me its time to go wandering and see what else is out there.
Wanderlust: A strong and irresistible desire or impulse to travel and explore the world
See! Its not my fault!
... not a scratch on her, lobbed her in the garden shed with all the children's bikes, while my bike got its rightful full service (from Mark) an oil bath, a pat on the saddle and lovingly tucked up in her usual home of the utility room, ready for my next adventure!!! No not really.. . But what now??? What to do?? Rest maybe? My legs felt like they should be doing something.. Ah I know start writing my advice for a successful end to end trip...
Definitely have ...
... on the boat, including an overnight trip into central London, where we moored and slept right next to Paddington train station, and another shorter trip just by ourselves. Mark got the hang of steering the boat and Katy was happy to be ‘the crew’ and do the grunt work of opening and closing the locks. Lola was happy to relax, bark at ...