Mercure Milton Keynes Parkside Hotel
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
(sorry for the long post, but there is just so much that happens every single day)
Captain's log entry: 10/17/2013
After starting my day with the typical combo of honey, tropical fruit mix, oats porridge and a cup of lemon grass tea, I remembered why I was looking forward to this particular day. Finally I would pass a rite of passage into adulthood and self reliance: doing the laundry totally by myself.
This rite of passage ...
... brakes on your bike (works much better than any bell).
Have no accidents
An absolute must - have a bike that fits you.
Do practise on it a lot before you go.
Follow Henry's route, with lots of little quiet roads and canal paths, it's the best.
Don't get a puncture during the whole trip. (Henry had only one on bald tyres!)
Do travel by train with your bike, it's fun and easy, quicker than cycling anyway.
Do eat a whole soreen malt loaf each ...
... 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 ...
... are long and narrow (as the name suggests!), and built specifically for travelling on British canals. Once upon a time, they were used for carrying freight and goods up and down the countryside - especially between London and the midlands, but today the overwhelming majority are holiday or house boats - floating caravans more or less. They ...