Mercure Milton Keynes Abbey Hill

Two Mile Ash, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England, MK8 8LY, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Two Mile Ash, Milton Keynes, is near Gulliver's Land, Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway, Xscape, and Willen Lake.
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    Travel Blogs from Milton Keynes

    Salcey Forrest

    A travel blog entry by rmproct on Sep 10, 2014

    7 photos

    We have been kindly lent a car by my Dads cousin so we can travel a round and sight see a little, very generous. We took advantage of this and went to Salcey Forrest south of Northampton. It is a beautiful Forrest with lots of walks, great paths, easy access making it a fabulous place for all the family, even the dog! Auntie Pauline came with us and we had an enjoyable cuppa before setting off on the walk. Dad couldn't walk too far so Mum and him did what he could while auntie ...

    The Funeral for John Ross Schroeder Today

    A travel blog entry by victorkubik on Mar 21, 2014

    2 comments, 51 photos

    ... accomplanied by a keepsake program. A welcome was offered by Bricket Wood pastor Gerhard Marx. Then everyone was invited to join in singing two hymns, favorites of the Schroeder's: Immortal, Invisible and Thine Be the Glory. This was followed by a eulogy delivered by Francis Bergin, a friend of many of us and a close compatriot of JRS. Then there was more congregational singing. Daughter Stephanie did reading from Psalm 37 and Revelation 21. A Mark Graham hymn next ...

    An Afternoon with Enigma

    A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Aug 04, 2013

    122 photos

    ... related to Churchill. I was looking at what constituted literally a lifetime of collecting.
    This place is obviously so important to the country's recent history, but it is in such a bad state of repair. Most of the huts built during the war seem to be falling down around themselves and many of the structures in general are in a bad state. They clearly need more money here so that they can seriously start preserving their history.
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    My hero, the Dixie cup

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 11, 2013

    ... talking in the office after dinner. I haven't seen her since then, but hopefully she is feeling better now. Then the second issue was that early this morning a young man came by the office and dropped off a note for one of the girls in my staircase. I read the note, and it talked about how much he'd enjoyed spending time with her, and would she meet him in London at Kings Cross Station tomorrow. So now Natalie and I ...

    This is a Fun College Town and Goodbyes

    A travel blog entry by annhobbs on Jun 21, 2012

    ... look around, it was obvious that the kids didn't, so we left. Disappointing to me. Oh well. I'll have to go back. We got to the park and ride and waited a fair amount of time for the bus. It was raining a bit so, you think we would have dressed better, but some of didn't, much less bring umbrellas, which were in our room, keeping dry. We got into town, and had already decided on a take away lunch, and see if we could eat it on the boat ride ...