Mercure Milton Keynes Parkside Hotel
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... warm. Onwards to York arriving at 5:30 pm. Our B&B was just lovely. Bus ride into town for a quick walk around York Minster and dinner at a pub. After a sound sleep and good breakfast it was another morning in York. Again the weather was sensational. Walked around an area called The Shambles. This is old buildings overhang onto lane ways. Bought some pork pies for lunch. Left York for Edinburgh around midday.On the way we stopped ...
... incredibly calm and tried various button combinations whilst Gwendols was also consulting the manual in the glove box. Meanwhile Liane just kept driving to the next traffic lights, stalling and then re-starting when the lights turned green. Of course there were cars everywhere and LOTS of traffic lights and even sitting in the back I found it all incredibly stressful so I can only IMAGINE what it was like in the hot seat! They figured it out in ...
... want to spend the rest of my life working in! But when we're not working, we're exploring! Julia and I have been trying different places to eat (CHEAP places, mind you :)), while staying creative in the kitchen at home (I mean, we are Murrays). We have walked along many stretches of the canal, seeing the boathouses, and house boats, running through fields at sunset, and walking through meadows, taking in the magical compilation of spired ...
... the Grandmaster of which is still based out of Japan. However I think I'll give the dojo a miss. Since it's been over a year since I last got thrown around training would be more for old times sake than constructive and wouldn't really serve anyone. After a few weeks in Japan I'll be flying to Beijing, and over the next few weeks will be making my way across the country via the Great Wall, Shanghai et al to end up in ...
... someone’s 60th birthday, and several ladies came to join them. There were some champagne corks popping, and lots of loud laughter. Thankfully it all went quiet at about 10pm.
Sat 8th October
Collected the crayfish and found they were generally smaller than the ones from the Cherwell. Perhaps they are heavily fished around here. The hire boat left fairly early. We left at 0950, going back downstream towards Oxford. At ...