Premier Inn Huntingdon - A1 / A14
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... it was then that I heard her turn tourists away, 'The college is closed when there are services on, only open to students and those attending services'. And it was closed all day I found out later. My camera got busy as I headed 'around to the right' as instructed. The chapel is imposing, to say the least, a magnificent building. There was a queue waiting quietly ahead of me. A couple walked briskly past me and the waiting line and I thought...why not? And followed them up to the ...
... Then we started walking and found the cutest little pub in the middle of no where.....seemed that everything was in our favour, sat and enjoyed a beverage and waited for the cab to take us back to the train station. We are now having supper in a really great pub that offers free wifi, as the wifi at the hotel sucks! Loving life and looking forward to more adventures, as we take really the really freakin fast train tomorrow to Blackpool!! Simply the most amazing day ...
06.00 wake up call for Clare, cup of tea in bed and check the emails, nice leisurely start to the day..................we think.
Emergency notice from the Environment Agency by email, St Ives Lock (the first one we need to go thorough) broke down at 18.00 the previous evening.
The locks on the River Ouse are not like the canals, they are large electrical guillotine ones ...
... the kids managed to procure all manner of goodies from Nan) then we said goodbye to Gwennie and I took over the driving at a more leisurely pace as I didn't want to sit for hours at Luton and so far there had been no delays. Everyone slept apart from Tom who did a brilliant job at keeping me awake and got us to the drop off point at Luton at around 3am. Jake then left for Stansted to collect Emilie.
... I love to look down on the cars
rushing by, thankful that I am out of the rat race. We stopped briefly in Wolverton to do a shop at Asda which is about a 5 minute walk away then did the last lap of our journey as quickly as possible as the temperature dropped quite quickly after 4. Now moored on a loop away from the north side of Milton Keynes. Very quiet and peaceful. Time to burn a ...