Mercure Milton Keynes Abbey Hill
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... in there, not just of the Mosquito but other aircraft, there are lots of the Corgi collections there as well, there is also a very good collection of books by pilots that flew the Mosquito
There was 3 Minis lined up inside the hanger, I am not sure what they were there for, but everyone was taking photos of these 3 minis lined up in front of a Mosquito that is being rebuilt (the Bomber/Pathfinder version DH 98 Mosquito FBVI)
Next to it ...
... 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!
... male and female live in hall. There are 3 terms of 8 weeks each. People in Oxford are either Town or Gown. We wandered around looking into the Colleges, visited the Ashmoleon Museum and saw the Randolph Hotel where Morse drank and also the little pub called Turf Tavern that Morse also frequented. Saw the Bridge of Sighs that appears in Morse and Lewis. Such a pretty town. Students ride bicycles around the colleges. The streets ...
... br> Sunday 7th
After a quick banana for breakfast we moved a mile down the canal as we had made arrangements to meet some long standing friends (Joe and Cathy Silmon with Josh and Sarah) for lunch after church. The bonus was that they brought lunch with them. We had a very happy afternoon catching up and hope that we may be able to meet up again on our way back later in the year. No more cruising now until tomorrow.
... in no specific order. One there is a castle, but it wasn’t open to explore inside. Two it’s Staffordshire and I have a Staffordshire of my own. And three as we were driving through Stafford in Staffordshire we actually saw a Staffy!!! It was so quick that we didn’t get a chance to take a photo, but it was a brindle version of Rosie, we were both excited.
Time spent exploring the outside of Stafford Castle – about 30 ...